Articles tagged "accessories"

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Photokina 2018: hands-on with eight stylish new bags

We saw new gear from Lowepro, Think Tank, Peak Design, ONA, Tamrac and more. Perhaps it's about time you upgraded your pack?

Review: Peak Design Everyday Sling 10L, a solid but pricey pack

The Everyday Sling might just be the perfect pack for not carrying too much gear, combining comfort with Peak Design's signature modern style.

App-based camera triggers: Alpine Labs Spark vs Miops Mobile Dongle

App-based remote triggers are a fun and effective way to unlock even more creative potential from your camera. Here's a closer look at two popular brands.

Review: The Wandrd Prvke is a near-perfect camera bag

The Wandrd Prvke (pronounced 'provoke') is one of the best-looking and most functional camera backpacks on the market.

Peak Design announces 45L Travel Backpack and new system of  'Packing Tools'

Peak Design is back on Kickstarter again, this time with a 45L Travel Backpack and a set of gear/personal organizers.

Review: Palette modular photo editing system

Dials and sliders and buttons, oh my! This modular set of editing controls hopes to improve your photo editing workflow – for a price.

Buying Guide: The best instant cameras

The instant camera market is heating up, and with four formats and 15+ cameras to choose from, we felt it was high time to examine them all and pick our favorite.

Loupedeck announces Loupedeck+ with support for Capture One, better controls

Loupedeck has updated its popular Lightroom editing console with a new '+' version featuring improved build quality, more customization and support for some non-Adobe software.

Kickstarter: Pixl-latr aims to simplify film digitization

Scanning film takes forever and photographing negatives is a pain. The Pixl-latr aims to provide a simple solution.

Long-term test: Domke F6 'Little Bit Smaller' shoulder bag

The Domke F-6, also known as the 'Little Bit Smaller' bag shares a lot of characteristics with the venerable (and a Little Bit Bigger) F-2. Senior Editor Barnaby Britton has been using one for several years.

Instant Magny 35 is a film back that turns SLRs and rangefinders into instant cameras

Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, the Instant Magny 35 supports Fujifilm Instax Square film and doesn't require any camera modifications. The instant film back is described as ideal for rangefinders and SLRs from Pentax, Leica, Olympus, Canon, and Nikon.

Review: Peak Design Capture Clip V3

Peak Design's Capture Clip takes the pain out of carrying your camera – and the latest version is an improvement on an already popular design.

Not your ordinary camera bag: Rhake waterproof pack with Camera Capsule insert review

The Rhake pack is weatherproof multi-purpose bag with a dedicated camera insert, lifetime guarantee – and steep price tag.

Hex Raven DSLR Bag Review

The Hex Raven DSLR bag holds a ton of gear and employs a low-profile design that doesn't scream "I'm a camera bag." We think it's a little too bulky for everyday use, but makes for a great option when traveling with a lot of gear.

PolarPro unveils collection of filters and accessories for the DJI Mavic Air

PolarPro has introduced new versions of its Cinema filter series for those ordering the DJI Mavic Air drone, in addition to a few other bespoke accessories for the pint-sized new drone.

How to turn household lights into cheap DIY lighting modifiers

Editorial photographer Jake Hicks recently turned a couple of ultra-cheap household lights from IKEA into beautiful lighting modifiers. Read the full article to find out how he did it, why it worked, and what he'll do differently next time.

Manfrotto is teaming up with Sony to make accessories for Alpha series cameras

Sony and Manfrotto are teaming up to create a line of accessories specifically for Sony cameras and lenses. First up, a tripod that will be on display at PhotoPlus in NYC.

Manfrotto owner Vitec has acquired Lowepro and JOBY for $10.3 million in cash

Vitec, the company that owns popular accessory maker Manfrotto, has just acquired JOBY and Lowepro for a cool $10.3 million in cash. The acquisition adds JOBY and Lowepro to Vitec's already sizable collection of camera gear brands.

Logitech's new Craft keyboard includes a dial for photo and video editors

Logitech is has introduced a new keyboard designed specifically for ‘creators’ that features a dial on top intended to make life easier for stills and video editors.

Manfrotto targets 360° VR creators with new range of accessories

Manfrotto has launched a new range of bases, booms, heads and dollys aimed at Virtual Reality content creators. The company claims to be the first to produce "dedicated products designed to support [VR] professionals and enthusiasts."

Five USB-C memory card readers compared

With card readers disappearing from MacBooks, USB-C card readers are now a necessity. Macworld's helpful guide compares five models and decodes the current mess of card speeds and certifications.

3 Legged Thing launches low-cost, lightweight universal L-Bracket

UK tripod manufacturer 3 Legged Thing has introduced a lightweight, low-cost universal L-Bracket with a bunch of useful features.

Lee launches new set of high-end ProGlass IRND filters for stills shooters

Lee Filters is bringing its highly regarded ProGlass IRND cinematography filters to stills photographers. These exceptionally neutral filters come with IR and UV filtration, which should mean less time correcting color in post-production, and more time shooting.

The Verge previews crowd-sourced Boundary Prima modular backpack

Boundary's Prima 'fully modular' backpack is expandable to 30L and has a removable camera case and tablet sleeve. Early Kickstarter backers can get one for $189.

Novoflex ClassicBall ball heads can be mounted upside-down for level panoramas

Novoflex has launched a trio of new Classicball tripod ball heads that can be mounted upside-down for producing level panoramas. Read more

COOPH reveals new leather accessory collection

Photography accessory and apparel maker COOPH has launched its latest collection of leather accessories, consisting of a camera strap, memory card holder and wrist strap. Read more

Throwback Thursday: Five camera accessories you probably didn't need

Plenty of useful camera accessories come on to the market every year – but among them are some real duds. We took a fond look back at some of the accessories of the past decade or so that left us scratching our heads. Read more

Slik Lite tripods feature built-in LED lights

Intro 2020 has launched its Slik Lite series, a line of tripods that feature a built-in removable LED light. Read more

Photo gifts for every budget: 2016 Holiday Gift Guides

It's not easy shopping for a photographer. But before you give up and just get a gift card, take a look through our carefully selected holiday gift suggestions, grouped by price range, for the photographer in your life. Read more

Voltaic Array and Offgrid solar backpacks charge gear on the go

Voltaic has launched two new backpacks on Kickstarter, the Array and Offgrid. Both models feature integrated solar panels and removable batteries that charge when the bag is in sunlight. Read more

SpiderLight Holster offers quick access to lighter cameras

Spider Camera Holster has launched three new products on Kickstarter: the SpiderLight Holster and Plate, SpiderLight Backpacker, and Single Camera System. All three are designed for smaller and lighter cameras. Read more

Fotodiox releases new LED studio-in-a-box

Fotodiox has announced a new LED Studio-in-a-Box, designed to make it easy to create simple macro and product images on a tabletop. Read more

Sigma demos WR Ceramic lens filter strength with impact test

In a newly released video, Sigma tests the strength of its line of protective ceramic lens filters. Putting claims of toughness to the test, the video shows a 49g / 1.7oz metal ball dropped from a height of about 1.3m / 4ft onto the WR Ceramic Protector as well as three competing lens filters. Read more

Photo gifts for every budget: 2015 Holiday Gift Guides

It's not easy shopping for a photographer. We're notoriously picky, our gear is confusingly named and the difference between something we like and something we don't can come down to what seem like trivial details. But before you give up and just get a gift card, take a look through our carefully selected holiday gift suggestions, grouped by price range, for the photographer in your life. Read more

2015 Holiday Gift Guide: $25-100

It's not easy shopping for a photographer. We're notoriously picky, our gear is confusingly named and the difference between something we like and something we don't can come down to what seem like minute details. Trust us, if picking camera equipment was easy, we'd be out of work. But before you give up and pick up a gift card, take a look through our carefully selected holiday gift suggestions. In this guide you'll find items ranging up to $100. Take a look and avoid a holiday shopping headache.

2015 Holiday Gift Guide: $500 and up

It's not easy shopping for a photographer. We're notoriously picky, our gear is confusingly named and the difference between something we like and something we don't can come down to what seem like minute details. Trust us, if picking camera equipment was easy, we'd be out of work. But before you give up and pick up a gift card, take a look through our carefully selected holiday gift suggestions

2015 Holiday Gift Guide: $100-500

It's not easy shopping for a photographer. We're notoriously picky, our gear is confusingly named and the difference between something we like and something we don't can come down to what seem like minute details. Trust us, if picking camera equipment was easy, we'd be out of work. But before you give up and pick up a gift card, take a look through our carefully selected holiday gift suggestions. In this guide you'll find items ranging from $100 to $500. Take a look and avoid a holiday shopping headache.

Ansix introduces LensPacks: Rear lens caps with Velcro for bags

Ansix Engineering has taken to Kickstarter with its LensPacks, a rear lens cap backed with Velcro that can be attached to the inside of a camera bag. It's designed to speed up lens changes - when a lens swap is necessary, the photographer can twist the current lens into the fixed lens cap, then twist a different lens off of another cap. Read more

Wundershine smart frame prints, displays and stores your favorite images

Dutch startup Wundershine has re-imagined the photo frame with Makerframe, a wooden frame that can print and display your images thanks to a built-in inkless thermal printer. Still in the development phase, the system is controlled via Android or iOS app. A simpler model called Reframe that doesn't include the printer is also in the works. Read more

ProGearX announces new line of GoPro accessories

ProGearX has announced the availability of several new accessories for mounting GoPro action cameras to a variety of surfaces. Among the new accessories is an extendable pole, body mounts, and a kit for mounting the action cam on different sports boards. The accessories are available now, and ProGearX will be showcasing them during CES 2015 next month. Read more

PowerLite is a multi-functional light for your smartphone camera

PowerLite combines an external light source with a battery pack and remote control for your smartphone camera.

Relio is a powerful LED light in your pocket

The Relio light cube is made from aluminum and emits approximately 200 lumens.

CamsFormer is a programmable smartphone trigger for DSLRs

The wirelessly controlled CamsFormer device expands the feature set of your DSLR with a range of control and trigger functions.

Shoulderpod S1 smartphone mount review

The Shoulderpod S1 is one of the sturdiest smartphone mounts we've yet seen.

XSories displays a range of new mobile photography accessories

Plenty of useful items for mobile photographers can be found on the XSories booth.

Fotopro high-end selfie-stick features built-in controls

Fotopro's selfie stick comes with built-in Bluetooth controls and a sturdy phone mount.

Rode i-XY records high-quality sound on your iOS device

Microphone maker Rode shows the i-XY microphone for iPhone/iPad and the RodeGrip+.

Hama shows Wi-Fi card reader for mobile devices

Accessory maker Hama shows card readers for mobile devices and a selfie-stick at Photokina.

Rode updates its iXY Microphone for iPhone 5, 5S and 5C users

Rode has updated its iXY Mic iPhone accessory to support iOS devices using the new Lightning connector. 

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.

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