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Redrock Micro DSLR 2.0 Hybrid Cinema Rigs

I’m not sure if there would be many photographers will actually using their DSLR cameras with HD video recording capability to make a professional video. But if you do, you might want to get the Redrock Micro DSLR 2.0, cinema support & accessories for video DSLR cameras, including Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon EOS Rebel T1i, Nikon D90, and Panasonic Lumix HG1.


DSLR 2.0 accessories address the emerging new hybrid shooting style enabled by DSLR video cameras that combine the ultra portability and lightweight of DSLR shooting with cinema-style accessories, features (such as mattebox, follow focus, and support cage) , and standards that transform DSLRs into viable cinema production rigs. The Redrock Micro DSLR 2.0 products are available now starting at $195

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Gitzo Ocean Traveler Tripod

gitzo-ocean-travelerGitzo has released the Ocean Traveler Tripod (GK1581OT), an excellent choice for compact digital cameras and DSLRs, or even for lightweight camcorders. When used with an SLR or DSLR, the Traveler is ideal for 135mm lens, and can be used with lenses up to 200mm. Series 1 offers an excellent maximum load capacity (4 kg) with good torsional rigidity at a very low weight (only 1.40 kg)

The tripod offers an unbeatable combination of sturdiness whilst being extra light in weight, and being able to be used in the harshest of environments – even salt water – making this the ultimate travel companion for serious photographers. The new Gitzo Ocean Traveler is available now at $999.99

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Lowepro Announces Cirrus TLZ Series

Sebastopol, CA – October 18, 2007 – Lowepro, the worldwide leading provider of protective cases and backpacks for imaging and technology products, today unveiled Cirrus TLZ, a new line of top-loading camera bags designed for compact, pro-compact digital cameras and digital SLRs. Designed for even the most discriminating photographer, the Cirrus series provides maximum protection for the latest digital cameras and optimal comfort and accessibility. The Cirrus line of top-loading bags is available in three models: Cirrus TLZ 5, 15, and 25.


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Map and Share Photos Online with PhotoTrackr

Gisteq PhotoTrackr allows you to record and review your trip knowing exactly where you have traveled. Furthermore, if you took pictures on your trip, it will even show you the exact location and time of your pictures.

Map and Share Photos Online with Photo Trackr
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Key Features:

- Share your photos with family and friends with location mapping on PhotoTrackr™ software. (With integrated Google Maps.)
- Integrated with Flickr™ online for easy online photo sharing.
- Keep track of your digital photos with satellite precision.
- Display or playback historical trip routes with the included mapping software.

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Airport Security Camera Bag

The Think Tank Airport Security Camera Bag is designed to take the maximum amount of gear possible as legal carry-on, especially on INTERNATIONAL travel.

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Think Tank Photo Announces New Range of Camera Bags

Think Tank Photo announces The Urban Disguise™, new range of camera shoulder bags designed for DSLRs which allow you to travel in style and protect your valuable equipment without attracting attention to yourself as a photographer. It comes in five sizes, so that you can carry anything from a small DSLR (e.g., a Canon Rebel XTI, XT or a Nikon D40, 50, 80) in the Digital Holster 10 to a pro-size DSLR (e.g., a Canon 1D Mark II, III or a Nikon D2Xs, D2Hs) in the Digital Holster 50.



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Everyone..Meet MonsterPod, a tripod without legs which will stick to 1,000 objects and counting. It’s really good for situations where you don’t have a stable place for a tripod.


The secret is in its patent pending “viscoelastic morphing polymer base” molds, grips and sticks to metal, wood, plastic, veneer, marble, Formica, cement, block, steel, brick, glass, tile, enamel, sheet rock, rocks and trees. The MonsterPod will support nearly all compact digital cameras. Nearly 90% of all compact digital cameras manufactured today weigh less than 10 oz. (300 grams) and can be supported.

>> REVIEWS (last updated: 20.03.07)

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Portable Studio Background

If you’re a stock photographer or just selling stuff on Ebay, you might want to take a look at the D-Flector, a portable studio backround on a briefcase. All you need to do is open the case and put it on the top of a desk with your product on it. When you take a picture with your digital camera and flash, the reflective background illuminates with the flash, giving you an ideal white background for your product. No need to buy those expensive lighting equipments or tabletop.



Monostat RS16 Professional Monopod

The PPMag has a pro-review of the Monostat RS16 Professional Monopod, a professional tripod features the revolutionary “Swivel Toe Stabilizer” with Max/Min Length of 157 / 62 cm and weighs 630 g;


“It’s tubular style is strong because a metal wall completely surrounds the leg and Monostat has chosen to use the old-school twist lock legs because, they say, twist-locks can always be tightened whatever the temperature. I would have preferred a softer more grippy rubber on the twist-locks rather than Monostat’s wide tread design, but I can see that their wider grooves are less likely to get filled with snow or mud when the going gets sloppy. You should be using some kind of gloves in these situations anyway, so maybe it won’t matter much.”

Lowepro SlingShot 300 AW – Review by Think Camera

Think Camera has posted a review of the Lowepro SlingShot 300 AW and writes;

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“There are lots of great things to say about the Lowepro Slingshot 300 AW. However, one of our female reviewers pointed out a possible problem with it for women. The single strap sits right across your chest. Some women can find this uncomfortable – if you find a seatbelt awkward then you certainly want to try out a Slingshot before you invest in one. Also larger breasted women may find it difficult to spin the bag round. Once it’s on the front of your body it sits relatively high on your chest. If you’re Built for Baywatch then it might be difficult to get the camera out, especially if it has a long lens fitted. You might need to consider one of the smaller Slingshots that sit lower on your hips.”

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