The Audio Technica M50X’s are some of the best headphones around for the price. They provide studio quality sound while not breaking the bank. One of the drawbacks to these headphones for some people, is the fact that they do not have a wireless option. That’s where the East Brooklyn Labs bluetooth adapter comes in. Retailing for $49.95 this adapter connects to the audio jack on the M50X’s and gives them the ability to be used wirelessly.
The Lensbaby Velvet 85mm is the company’s newest addition to their specialized lineup. It features an aperture range of F1.8 to F16 and full manual control rings for both focus and aperture since it does not have an electronic connection. Retailing for $499 it is an affordable full frame portrait style lens that doubles as a good macro photography lens with it’s close focusing distance of 9.5”. Before diving into the optical performance let’s go over the build quality and usability of the lens.
The Note 7’s design is all too familiar when compared to the S7 Edge featuring a glass front and back and curved edges. You do get a new color this time around which I think looks amazing. The phone is a little thinner than the Note 5, but still has the 5.7″ QHD display except now you get the added protection of Gorilla Glass 5.
The Dell UP2715K is just a complete unnecessary, absolutely beautifully, wasted chunk of money. These were my initial thoughts when I heard about the Dell 5K monitor. Maybe this is because I upgraded my WQHD monitor late last year to a 4K Asus monitor but would of been fine sticking to my LG ultrawide.