Peak Design

What’s in Your Bag? North American Eclipse 2017 Edition

As we start the countdown to the event of the year, I spoke to some people with whom I’ve had the pleasure of working, both inside and outside of B&H, to get a sense of what people are bringing with them to witness this amazing event. Let’s see what’s in their bags.

Maine Driving Guide: From Mount Katahdin to Acadia National Park

Numerically speaking, the New England road map is as straightforward as it gets, which makes it a great starting point for a travel excursion. Highway numbers are ordered from East to West, so the lowest numbers—such as historic Route 1—are located farthest east. North/South highways tend to have odd number designations, such as the heavily traveled I-95, whereas East/West routes are assigned even numbers. East/West roads also tend to be numbered from north to south, with the lowest numbers located further north—such as secluded Route 2 from Houlton, Maine, to Everett, Washington.

Things We Love: Putting the World on Commute

When I was first asked to pick my favorite B&H items for our Things We Love project, I was at a loss. Not because I thought I’d lack in material, but just the opposite: I couldn’t narrow it down. You see, here at B&H we’re fortunate enough to enjoy excellent access to products, and I’ve done my part to help the company I call home by pouring into it a substantial percentage of my salary and getting lots of cool stuff in return.

Hands-On Review: Peak Design’s Everyday Bags versus My Every Day

I’m fairly certain that if Peak Design’s founder, Peter Dering, and I met in a bar or a hostel while traveling, we would most certainly get along. Because I, too, have learned on my own trip around the world that “carrying a DSLR camera is a pain” in the keister. Although I’m currently grounded in New York City, my “every day” can involve anything from several hours in the office, a photography trade show, a film festival, a photo shoot, a boxing class, or even a welding workshop. Like anyone else who carries things, I continue to be in perpetual pursuit of the perfect bag.

Shoot in Harsh Conditions with the Peak Design Shell Form-fitting Rain and Dust Cover

Imaging USA 2015: Hands On the Peak Design Slide and Clutch Straps

Highlighting Peak Design’s dedication to innovative camera strap designs, this video features Mia McCormick speaking with a representative from the company about its Slide Camera Strap, as well as about its proprietary connection system, Anchor Link.

Camera Holster Systems

Innovative and modular camera holsters from Peak Design, Cotton Carrier, and Spider eliminate the neck pain associated with wearing your camera strap and replace it with a weight-distributing, secure, and quick-access alternative. For a stable carrying method that restricts your DSLR from swinging awkwardly, this holiday season, choose a camera holster.

Holiday 2012: Straps, Vests and Belt Systems

Professionals and discerning hobbyists know you’ve got to choose the right tool for the job, and specialization is usually the key. Of course, this inevitably leads to the accumulation of a simply massive collection of cameras, lenses and every kind of accessory you could ever imagine.

 

Peak Design Capture Camera Clip System Offers Innovative Camera Support

Whether you’re packing for a shoot on location or simply going for a stroll through the park, you know carrying around your heavy DSLR, with an attached lens to boot, can quickly tire your hands and arms or strain your neck and back if you dangle it from its strap. 

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