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The Craft Camera Is Officially No More

first_imgAs predicted, refunds are coming to those who preordered the modular Craft Camera. Here’s what the company had to say.Images via Craft CameraOne of 2016’s biggest camera flops was the independently manufactured Craft Camera. After following the debate in forums and having plenty of discussions here in our office, many wondered if the modular camera would ever come to market. Well, now we know.Originally targeted to ship in December of 2016, it has been revealed that the Craft Camera will not be manufactured. Those who paid the $500 preorder fee will be refunded in full. Refunds will be issued beginning on February 14th.The modular camera made a lot of promises: HD, 4K, attachable elements for audio, power, LCD monitor… It seems manufacturing each of these proved to be too much.Here is the email sent to preorder customers:Dear preorder holder,Unfortunately, due to multiple constraints Craft Camera will not be manufactured in the foreseeable future. Therefore we will be refunding every preorder. The refunds will be processed in the order they were placed. We will begin issuing refunds in batches starting on February 14th and will continue until February 28th. At that time every order will be refunded. You will be notified via email that your refund has been issued. Please allow 2-3 days for the refund to post.Thank you for believing in the product and showing your support!– Craft Digital Systems Inc.Image via Kobi Swissalast_img read more

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Commando killed, 19 injured in landmine blast in Gadchiroli

first_imgA commando of Maharashtra police’s special anti-Maoist unit, C-60, was killed and 19 others suffered injuries when an improvised explosive device (IED) triggered by Maoists hit their armoured vehicle in Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra on Wednesday night. Commando Suresh Talami (26) from Bhamragad succumbed to his injuries. The injured have been shifted to Nagpur from Gadchiroli. The incident is the fourth Maoist attack in Gadchiroli district, which borders Chhattisgarh, in the past 48 hours.Shivaji Bodkhe, Inspector General of Maharashtra Police, said, “The Maoists attacked the mine protecting vehicle in which the C-60 commandos were travelling in. One jawan was killed and 19 suffered injuries. The incident took place seven kilometres away from Bhamragad town [of Gadchiroli]. Most of the injured commandos have suffered injuries below the waist and to the spine. Five men have been brought to Nagpur for treatment. Seven more commandos will be admitted for treatment soon.” The incident took place when 20 C-60 commandos were on their way to Koaprsi village of Bhamragad, where an encounter between Maoists and the police took place earlier on Wednesday. A CRPF jawan and two Maharashtra Police personnel were injured in the encounter. A senior police official said in Gadchiroli that the landmine went off when the commandos were carrying out a combing operation. A press statement issued by Gadchiroli police said, “The Maoists triggered the landmine blast on the road between Hemalkasa and Karampalli village. Despite sustaining injuries, the C-60 team retaliated and forced the Maoists to flee into the forest.” CM condoles deathMaharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis condoled the killing of the jawan in the attack. In a series of tweets Mr. Fadnavis said, “Saddened and pained to know about the landmine blast near Bhamragad in Gadchiroli in which one jawan from special C-60 force got martyred.”“My deepest condolences to the family of brave Jawan Suresh Linga Telaami. Wishing speedy recovery to the injured soldiers. State government firmly stands with their family. All required help and support will be provided.”Wednesday night’s IED explosion was the biggest attempt by the Maoists to target the security forces in the restive district of Maharashtra since May 2014 when the rebels killed seven cops in a blast. The district, which has witnessed a drop in Maoist activities since 2014, saw a spurt in Maoist violence this year with back to back attacks on personnel and killing of informers.The rebels torched more than 80 mining vehicles in Surjagad area of Gadchiroli in the last week of December 2016 signalling their return to the district. On April 24, 25 CRPF personnel were killed and six wounded in a dastardly attack in Chhattisgarh’s Sukma district. (With PTI inputs)last_img read more

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