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Canon is offering a service upgrade addressed to the existing EOS 5D Mark II and EOS 7D. The service replaces the camera’s mode dial with a redesigned locking version similar to the one featured in Canon’s EOS 60D.
Ensuring easier trips and quicker access during travels, the series consists of three new camera bags—the Airport Accelerator, Airport Commuter, and Airport Essentials.
With a handy Tiltpod mini-stand from JP Distribution, we can now take photographs of ourselves in steady frames. Taking pictures with iPhone will also be of higher fun with the existing photo applications.
Nikon’s WU-1a adapter, unlike most wireless adapters, also allows Nikon users to connect the DSLR to an Android-operated phone and remotely control the camera from the phone.
A combination of classic design and modern improvement, the new shoulder bag designed by ThinkTank Photo guarantees safe storage and comfortable feel as well as quick access to the gears.
If you have a craze for underwater photography, and have new Nikon D4 or D800 with you, soon you will be able to do photo hunting with the cameras while you are diving. Housing manufacturers are working around the clock to provide housings for both cameras.
Pictures of Nauticam’s new housing for the D4, with brief [...]
“Glow Graffiti” is a super-bright LED light housed in a spray paint can, a fun answer to making “clean” graffiti and experimenting with long exposure.
the Manfrotto MVT502 AM, is addressed to answer videographers’ demand for a compact, beneficial tripod to support recording video easily and smoothly
An additional grip has just recently been added to the Nikon V1 mirrorless camera. released by Rochard Franiec, the custom grip offers a special design dedicated to comfortly, safely handle the Nikon V1 body.
LPA Design, manufacturers of PocketWizard Photo Products, has just announced its new PocketWizard Plus III transceiver. It is expected to be a feature-packed, easy-to-use solution for remote flash and camera triggering.
“Our goals in designing the new Plus III were simple: It needed to do more, cost less and offer the same reliability and simplicity as [...]