A lightweight aluminum construction has always responded nicely to asphalt, something today’s car manufacturers know quite well. And legendary skate brand Banzai knows it too. In the 1970s it createdan icon for city surfers with skateboard decks made of anodized aluminum. The brand is now reviving its vintage skateboard in a special edition limited to only fifty boards per color (choice of five) and size (choice of two). A collector’s box and a matched color art print are also included.
From zero to one hundred in three years: an eternity for cars, but extremely fast for a newly introduced camera system. Fujifilm is not only living in the fast lane with its GFX series, which was launched in 2017, but also takes its developement very seriously. Means: with a lot of passion for the detail. That's why the Japanese are giving their medium format flagship GFX100 no less than 102 megapixels. It goes without saying that continuous shooting speed and auto focus are also among the best in their class. We guess that's what you call full speed.
Special moments deserve to be professionally documented. An Apollo mission, for example. And when you’re going to the moon, you don’t take just any old camera with you. Defying the extreme temperatures and lack of gravity, Hasselblad cameras perfectly captured that one small step for man. For the mission, the Swedish camera manufacturer modified a Hasselblad Data Camera specifically for extraterrestrial use – and not just for the Man in the Moon.