looks like this is the last straw for me to get one. just don't know when it would be available here in my country
Mini tripod? really? can it hold a mid-sized dSLR? Sorry but I don't think so. P&S yes, entry-level maybe if with a pancake, but if you start talking about a 100, 70-200's?
Let me add: hand gloves for seaty hands
AbrasiveReducer: Funny how complexity builds on complexity. You need a phone that can display your instruction manuals because feature creep has made it impossible to memorize everything in your camera's 350 page instruction manual.
Fair enough, but how about an article on the 10 things a photographer should never bring with them. I'll start. (1) A bag that could only be a camera bag (2) a camera strap that says NIKON or CANON in 2 inch high letters, (3) a 70-200/2.8 lens that's so heavy you can't walk, (4) a card or tag with your home address, (5) lens cleaners that prevent "fogging", (6) telextenders greater than 2X, (7) off-brand memory cards, (8) tripods & quick releases that use plastic at key points....
The advice about the business card is good. I've had to show mine to everyone from private security to federal marshals.
"2" mine also, never use as much as possible the canon strap. "3" I don't have it yet... "8" guilty am I, I just use a cheap tripod
larrytusaz: Why do most articles have you click each picture to read each item on the list? Why not make it one long page so you can click it once & just read, not "next, next, next, next, next, next, nex....."
+1, agree on a single page presentation as much as possible
looks like a 60D....good thing it wasn't his hands
was this a self portrait or is there someone or some marsian taking the picture? I'm just curious where the camera connection is
This is one of the reason why I opt to go Canon here in the Philippines. They only have one authorized service center and distributor. If you bought your Nikon Gear somewhere else, they'll give you an additional charge.