Stories tagged with accessory

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Accessory Review: Drobo Mini RAID

The Drobo Mini is a portable RAID storage solution with four HD bays, speedy Thunderbolt connectivity, and desktop-based monitoring software. Ideal for photography and videography, the Drobo Mini has many features that might make it attractive to enthusiast and professional photographers and videographers. See how the Drobo Mini fared in our review.

Flashpoint Budget Studio Monolight Review

The Flashpoint Budget Studio Monolights are Adorama's answer for cash-strapped photographers looking to build their own studio. Is there enough bang to back the budget price tag? Find out in our review.

Vanguard Heralder 51T Rolling Backpack Review
The Vanguard Heralder is a backpack that's stocked to the brim with features and conveniences. Are you looking for a large do-it-all pack that rolls and fits everything under the sun? Read our full review.
FotodioX WonderPana FreeArc Filter System Review
The WonderPana system enables photographers to add high quality filters to wide and ultra-wide angles lenses. If you are a wide-angle addict, check out our review.
Review: Ona Lima camera strap
The Ona Lima strap is a hand-made leather and canvas camera strap which makes a handsome companion to light and medium-weight gear. Barnaby Britton takes it out for a spin.
Your camera's best amigo: Miggo Strap and Grip review

The Miggo straps and grips bring a lot of innovation to the way we tote and transport our beloved investments. Their versatile multi-use designs combine a high quality camera wrap, a method of securing the camera to your person and lens cap pocket all in one. Are the days of traditional camera toting coming to an end? Find out in our review

Vanguard Abeo Pro Tripod Kit
The Vanguard ABEO Pro is packed full of features. Is this the right tripod for you? Read on to find out.
Hands-on with Eye-Fi Mobi card

Eye-Fi's X2 wireless SD cards, which provide your camera with a Wi-Fi connection have been around for a few years, and now the company has come out with a new range of 'mobi' cards. The Eye-Fi Mobi, which is available as a 8GB/Class 10 SDHC card for $50 and a 16GB/Class 10 SDHC card for $80, lacks some of the features of the X2-series but offers the ability to send full-resolution photos wirelessly as they’re captured to iOS devices and Android devices. Click through for our hands-on article over at connect.dpreview.com.

Lowepro introduces Transit AW series bags for urbanites

Lowepro's new Transit Sling 250 AW and Transit Backpack 350 AW aim to help photographers keep a low profile in the heart of the city. The smaller Sling 250 has only one strap and will comfortably house a mirrorless camera or compact DSLR with a couple of lenses, while the Backpack 350, with two straps, provides a bit more room for a standard DSLR, larger lenses and a laptop. Click through for details and pricing.

Tamrac 5592 Big Wheels SpeedRoller 2X Bag Review
The Tamrac 5592 Big Wheels SpeedRoller 2X brings oversized wheels and a telescoping handle to the world of photo travel. Let's see how it performs.
Phottix BG-5D III Battery Grip for Canon EOS 5D Mark III Review
The Phottix BG-5DIII battery grip doubles the battery life of the Canon EOS 5D Mark III and mirrors the functionality of Canon's BG-E11 battery grip. Does it perform on par with its more expensive competitor? Read on to find out.
Accessory review: Joby Grip Tight Micro Stand

A smartphone is typically the one camera you always carry with you but its tiny sensors often struggle in low light which makes a tripod a useful accessory. The Joby Grip Tight Micro Stand is a combined mini-tripod and phone holder that is foldable and so small that it fits in any pocket or can even be used as a key fob which makes it an ideal companion for your smartphone. We've tried it out for you.

How taking tablet photos can look even sillier: Just add a telephoto lens

If taking a photo with a nearly 10-inch tablet didn't look silly enough, you can now pair your iPad with a telephoto lens to expand tablet photography horizons. Regardless of the awkward appearance of the iPad as a camera, shooting with the tablet has grown in popularity. The new 10x zoom accessory for the iPad 3 and 4 and 12x zoom for the iPad Mini is a further proof. Read more about the lens at connect.dpreview.com.

Tamrac Evolution 9 Photo Backpack Review

The Tamrac Evolution 9 Sling Backpack is do-it-all pro backpack capable of carrying everything but the kitchen sink. Read on for the full review.

Cinetics introduces CineVise camera mount with vise grips

Video accessories maker Cinetics has announced the CineVise camera mount. Similar to its Cine System, it is built around Joby's popular Gorillapod Focus flexible tripod. The CineVise includes clamps around its feet, allowing you to firmly mount a DSLR or small video camera to any surface. It can be purchased from the Cinetics store as a complete system, including the GorillaPod Focus and Ballhead X for $295. You can also purchase just the CineVise grips for $165.

Accessory Review: Kata Revolver-8 Backpack

Kata has designed the first photo backpack to feature a revolving lens chamber for quick access to your glass collection. Will the rest of the Kata Revolver-8 succeed in spinning our gears? Read our full review to find out.

11 Cool Photography-Related Kickstarter Projects
We've scoured Kickstarter for the most intriguing photgraphic tools and inventions that are soon to hit the market. Whether you shoot with an iPhone, DSLR or dedicated video camera, there's something on our list for you.
PocketWizard ships AC3 Zone Controller

PocketWizard has announced its AC3 Zone Controller multiple light controller will be available from the end of this month. Priced at US $69.95 and £59.99 GBP, it offers independent control over three lighting zones. Each zone can be adjusted to ±3EV in 1/3EV steps and switched to manual, TTL auto or turned off. AC3 Zone Controller is only available for Canon cameras, with Nikon versions to be made available soon.

X-Rite launches DNG Profile Manager

Swiss color management and measurement specialist X-Rite has announced the ColorChecker Passport DNG Profile Manager. The DNG Profile Manager provides a single list of all installed DNG profiles and can filter, rename and export from this list to help manage them all. The software is available to download free of charge for registered users of ColorChecker Passport, X-Rite's portable profiling product.

X-Rite announces ColorChecker Passport online demos

Color technology specialist X-rite has announced two free online color workflow demonstrations for Adobe Camera Raw using its ColorChecker Passport color calibrator. The one hour demos will cover a number of topics including creation of camera profiles and color editing in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. They will take place on April 15 at 13:00 EDT (17:00 UTC) and 15:00 EDT (19:00 UTC).

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