This week in the news: LG has an OLED Television for the affluent; a new camera bag looks to eliminate the need for Velcro inserts; the camcorder that can videotape your dog running, and slow it down tremendously; and more...
Think about this for a second: What is the one item in your camera bag that doesn't take up a ton of space, but that you'd be nowhere without? We all have them. They are little essentials that vary greatly—whether filters, painkillers, etc. We asked a couple of photographers what they have, with some interesting results.
Cameras bags are an object of desire for every photographer. While some photographers go for the more classy and stealthy look, others prefer just to keep their equipment the most secure that they possibly can, in the largest bag they can get their hands on. Whether you're the National Geographic explorer, traveling to remote regions, or you stalk the secretive alleys in your local city, documenting the daily happenings, there is no one bag that does it all. Here is a short list of some popular choices, and a checklist to help you get the bag that's right for you.
"Camera: check. Lenses: check. Flashes: check. Spare R-strap: check. Wait, what?" There are a couple of items that wedding photographers may never think to keep in their bag. Many of these items are good to have, just in case something goes awry. Here's a list of seven things you may want to keep in your bag that you may not have thought of.
As photographers, we love our cameras. Some of us tend to love our cameras more than others—and express this affection in different ways. Sometimes, we don't even notice it! Here are a few ways you know that you have a love affair with your camera.
Your camera and accessories require protection—and that's why you have a camera bag. Sometimes, though, that isn't enough. For those particular times, there are items that you'll need for extra insurance. Luckily, you won't need to sacrifice your lunch money for the week to purchase them. Here's a quick round up of some of the items you should take a look at.
Shopping for a professional camcorder can take weeks or even months of research. Consideration of optics, format, frame rates, and more is huge in determining the right camera for you. Does anyone put this much thought into buying a camera bag? They should. I’ve owned plenty of good and bad cases over the years. Finding the right balance of protection, usability, and price has been a chore -- until I found the D-Light Capsule from Kata.
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