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A photography convention called Imaging USA just took place in Phoenix, Arizona, and the KelbyOne crew was on hand to collect the most interesting highlights from the trade show floor. In this post, you'll find videos about panning and tilting your camera remotely with CamRanger, the latest tripods from Manfrotto, zoom lenses from Tamron, Hahnemühle metallic canvas printing paper, and much more.
Watch this video to learn about the new CamRanger PT Hub, a motorized tripod head that enables remote pan, tilt and camera control from an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Windows computer.
In this video, a Manfrotto representative walks us through the recently redesigned Manfrotto 190 Series Tripods, which feature a vertical column that can be switched to horizontal orientation and an integrated thread that allows you to attach an arm to mount additional gear.
The new Flex Lens Shade for Mirrorless Cameras is a flat panel that straps securely to lenses. It's lightweight and takes up very little space in a camera bag, and it's compatible with a wide range of lenses and small mirrorless cameras.
Hannemühle now offers a printing paper called Canvas Metallic, which adds an eye-catching glimmer to black-and-white prints, as well as reproductions of artwork. This video shares information on how to obtain required printer settings for the proper use of this product.
Familiarize yourself with the latest harness solutions from Spider Camera Holster, such as their new pouch that's designed to accommodate large 70-200mm lenses—with a lens shade attached.
In this video, representatives from Tamron explain the benefits of the 70-200mm f/2.8 VC USD and the 150-600mm f/5-6.3 VC USD lenses for Canon, Nikon, and Sony A-mount cameras.
The document and personalized imaging businesses of the Eastman Kodak Company are now a privately held company called Kodak Alaris. A representative at Imaging USA explained the transition and their new approach to business.
G-Technology shows us the new G-Drive Mobile, which is a compact, 1TB, portable bus-powered hard drive with USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt connectivity, 7200 rpm speed, and a really attractive price tag.
Thanks for checking out our coverage of Imaging USA 2014.