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Briefly: SwitchEasy launches CoverBuddy, HDR for GoPro
Wednesday, November 7, 2012 @ 2:00pm

SwitchEasy has launched a new iPad mini case designed to be used alongside Apple's Smart Cover. The CoverBuddy is a plastic back shell that provides protection for the entire back of the tablet. Two color options, UltraClear and UltraBlack, are available online for $20 a piece. EAch CoverBuddy also includes an anti-static screen guard, two headphone jack protectors, and two Lightning connector protectors.



CrumplePop intros new HDR plug-in designed for GoPro footage A new Final Cut Pro X plug-in that was built to enhance GoPro footage has been released by CrumplePop. HDR for GoPro has been optimized for GoPro cameras with the Protune update, which increases the bitrate of recorded footage. The effect can be applied to any footage via drag and drop, and further tweaked with various user controllable parameters. For the next week the plug-in can be purchased online for $40 with the coupon code HDRG-0010-INTR-1107, after which the price will rise to $50.

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