The most common ways to carry your camera

There are several types of camera straps you can choose from. But first, let’s see why is it so important to choose a strap. Well, here’s some reasons why you should select a strap, clip or bag: It’s a lot easier to be able to keep your camera safe A camera strap allows your hands to be free A camera strap makes you more noticeable as a photographer   Free hands While using your camera, your hands tend to get very sore and tired from holding your camera over a long period of time. The bonus of having a strap or clip for your camera and not having to carry it all the time is a great way to take of the strain off your arms and shoulders. Secures camera This topic itself explains the reason we have straps, clip as well. It helps to keep our cameras safe and secured at all times. We tend to leave our stuff in the most unpredictable … Read more…

Samsung, Tamron, Sigma and Pentax New Lenses

Samsung has launched two new DSLR lenses, the D-XENON 18-250mm F3.5-F6.3 and 18-55mm II F3.5-F5.6, compatible with the new GX-20 and Samsungs popular GX-10 DSLR cameras. The GX-20 and lenses are expected to be available from March 2008, price for the GX-20 with 18-55mm lens – £699 RRP (price for the 18-250mm lens is TBC). I don’t have any specifications yet, but further informations can be found on the official website. Pentax have introduced 5 new lenses for their DSLR cameras, including 300mm and 200mm Supersonic Motor lenses. Built-in ultrasonic motors (Supersonic Motors) in the lenses provide for extremely quiet and fast autofocusing. Both lenses are also weatherproofed and protected from penetrating dust by appropriate seals. The front lens elements of the lenses use the special Pentax SP – “Super Protect” – fluoride coating technology. This nano-technology protects the front lens against dust, finger marks or smearing, making the lenses … Read more…

GPS Photo Finder – An easy way to Geotagg your Photos without a Computer

I find the idea of a GPS Photo Finder quite interesting so here’s what I found out while digging around: CA-ATP, a leading manufacturer of DRAM and flash memory solutions, recently introduced the ATP GPS Photo Finder, which is a portable photo accessory that allows for convenient geotagging of digital photos taken by any digital camera. From now on, to all those friends and family members that ask me where I toked that killer shot, a precise answer will be given by this cute device. The ATP GPS Picture Tracker uses SIRF Star III GPS chipset for high accuracy and positioning, has 128mb of Flash memory, and will run for about 8 hours on a decent pair of AAA batteries. It only works with JPEG files. What is really convenient about this GPS photo finder, is the fact that unlike other new solutions on the market, is universally compatible with … Read more…

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