Articles tagged "accessory"

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Looking to upgrade your camera battery charger? The Hähnel ProCube 2 is worth considering

Some manufacturers no longer include a charger in the box when you buy a new camera. We look at a popular third-party option from Hähnel to see if spending more on a stand-alone charger makes sense.

Review: The Tourbox controller – can it speed up your editing?

With its unusual form factor can the Tourbox aid the editing process? Will its price and variety of tactile controls appeal to photo and video editors who would like to streamline their workflow?

PiXLIGHT portable speedlight for cameras and smartphones launches on Kickstarter

The model includes replaceable batteries, Bluetooth and a compact folding design.

Which online printing service should I use this holiday season?

We tried out five popular printing services to find out which offers the best quality, price and turnaround time. The winner was Printique – here's why.

Olloclip releases new lens and clip system with iPhone 11 and Samsung Galaxy S10 support

The new system is compatible with the latest iPhone and Samsung Galaxy devices. It includes the Olloclip StartPack, MacroProPack and ElitePack, a trio of kits offering various lens bundles.

Elinchrom launches new Rotagrid accessory for its signature Rotalux softbox line

The new Rotagrid modifiers are available for Elinchrom's full range of Rotolux softboxes and offer a 30-degree beam angle.

2019 Guide: Apple iPad Pro for Photographers

The Apple iPad has always been a tempting tool for photographers on the go: slim, lightweight, and now with the current iPad Pro models, powerful enough to do most photo tasks you'd accomplish on the desktop. The software isn't quite there yet, but the next release of iPadOS should bridge that gap.

Review: Langly Alpha Globetrotter Backpack is more style than substance

Langly's premium camera backpack looks outdoorsy and stylish but is less functional than the competition.

Review: Lomography Diana Instant Square

The Diana Instant Square is a retro-inspired camera with manual controls that's fun to shoot in good light, but largely unpredictable in its operation.

Three Legged Thing launches 'Ellie,' a versatile L-bracket for modern camera systems

Tripod manufacturer Three Legged Thing has developed a new L-bracket designed to fit a wider range of cameras and allow users to mount their camera in a variety of ways.

Comparative review: The best pocket printer of 2019

We reviewed three of the more popular 'pocket printers,' the Canon Ivy, Fujifilm Instax Share and Polaroid ZIP. Here's the one we recommend...

DJI announces pricing, availability of Multilink accessory for DJI Inspire 2, Cendence controllers

After teasing it last autumn, DJI has announced the pricing and availability of the optional Multilink accessory for its Inspire 2 and Cendence controllers

Review: Peak Design Travel Backpack 45L and 'Packing Tools' are pricey but versatile

The Peak Design Travel Backpack 45L is the centerpiece of the brand's new Travel Line - it's pricey but awesome. Other components of the line are pricey and less-awesome.

HP unveils DesignJet Z6 and Z9+: faster, more efficient large-format photo printers

The new HP DesignJet Z6 and Z9+ supposedly offer "the fastest printing capabilities available on the market today," all while using fewer ink tanks, and featuring useful add-ons like a built-in vertical trimmer.

hähnel introduces Modus 600RT flash for Micro Four Thirds

hähnel has extended its range of radio-triggered Modus 600RT flash units with a model for Micro Four Thirds cameras. The unit can be used directly in the hotshoe as a standalone flash, or within a group of flashes as a TTL commander or a slave using radio or optical communication.

Video: Testing all the Nikon F to Sony E-mount AF adapters on the market

Photographer Matt Granger puts three different Nikon F to Sony E-mount autofocus adapters to the test. Along the way, he found out that they're not nearly as different as each manufacturer would like you to think.

Samsung's PRO Endurance microSD cards can handle 43,800 hours of continuous recording

The PRO Endurance line of cards features 25 times the endurance of the company's speed-focused cards. They're water, temperature, x-ray, and magnetic-proof, and are rated for up to 43,800 hours of continuous video recording.

The 5-in-1 'One Backpack' wants to be your do-it-all bag

The One Backpack is a 5-in-1 modular backpack that can be used as a camera bag, work & gym pack, suit carry backpack, travel pack or tech-backpack.

Canon unveils compact, rechargeable IVY Mini Photo Printer

Canon is jumping into the portable printing game with the new IVY Mini Photo Printer: a rechargeable battery-powered printer for creating 2x3 prints and stickers of your smartphone snaps on-the-go.

MindShift Gear releases 18L version of its popular BackLight daypack

The MindShift Gear BackLight 18L daypack joins the 26L and 36L versions, providing users the same heavy-duty build and convenient rear-panel access in a more portable form factor.

The RedRock DigiBoom is a gimbal-stabilized camera boom

DigiBoom can be used with a wide range of cameras, but Redrock Micro recommends the Blackmagic Video Assist and Micro Studio Camera 4K recorder and camera for best performance.

MindShift's new 'Exposure' messenger bags are built to handle Mother Nature's worst

MindShift Gear, the sister company of ThinkTank Photo, has taken a break from releasing backpacks to launched an all-new line of messenger bags purpose built to handle inclement weather.

NAB 2018: This adapter lets you attach huge cinema lenses to your smartphone

Shenzhen-based Cinematics International Company Ltd. brought something a little crazy to NAB: a lens adapter that lets you attach huge cinema lenses to your smartphone. It's not the most practical gadget we've seen, but it certainly catches your eye.

PolarPro expands into pro market with new QuartzLine camera filters

Stepping beyond the realms of smartphones and drones, PolarPro is making its first foray into the professional lens filter market. Its all-new QuartzLine Camera Filters are made of 99.9% pure fused quartz wrapped inside a brass frame.

DJI's new Master Wheels and Force Pro offer ultra-precise gimbal control

DJI released two professional gimbal controllers at NAB 2018: the Master Wheels and the Force Pro. Built for "every level of filmmaker and scenario," offer high precision control and simplify the shooting of complex and fast-moving scenes.

The SELDI 7-in-1 wearable video rig simplifies recording POV footage

Meet SELDI, the newest gadget to hit up the photo community for some crowdfunding. This odd contraption is a 7-in-1 wearable video rig designed for action cameras, smartphones, 360-degree cameras, and compact digital cameras.

MIOPS Splash: The world's first smartphone-controlled water drop photography kit

The MIOPS Splash kit doesn't just control your flash and/or camera, it also lets you dial in the timing and size of your water drop. It basically takes all of the guess-work and trial-and-error out of water drop photography.

Syrp launches Magic Carpet Pro slider with 'infinitely extendable' track

Syrp has announced the Magic Carpet Pro: a slider that offers filmmakers an 'infinitely extendable' range thanks to built-in track levers that let you connect lengths of track without the use of tools.

Novoflex's new TrioPod PRO75 modular tripod can handle 'immense load'

This "high-capacity advanced spider tripod" system can handle a maximum load of 65kg / 143lbs thanks to its reinforced design and 8-layered carbon fiber legs.

New Novoflex adapters let you use full-frame lenses with the Hasselblad X1D

Owners of the medium format Hasselblad X1D can now mount a series of full-frame lenses to their medium format body, in some cases with minimal vignetting, thanks to a new range of adapters launched by Novoflex.

Atech unveils Blackjet VX-1C CFast 2.0 media reader

Thanks to its USB 3.1 Gen 2 connection the $100 Blackjet VX-1C is compatible with current Mac and Windows Thunderbolt 3 machines.

Wacom reveals new, 'significantly upgraded' Intuos pen tablet

The Wacom Intuos pen tablet for beginners and enthusiasts just got a major upgrade featuring a fresh design, improved accuracy, and 60% improvement in battery life if you get one of the Bluetooth models.

Irix launches Edge ND32000 15-stop ND filter for ultra-long-exposure photography

The Irix Edge ND32000 offers 15-stops of light reduction, allowing for about five minutes of exposure time at F16 and ISO 100 on a sunny day.

Elinchrom unveils the ELB 500 TTL: The world’s most powerful portable TTL flash system

The ELB 500 TTL is designed "for adventurous portrait photographers shooting both in studio and on location," and offers 500Ws of power from a power pack capable of running up to two heads in an asymmetric arrangement.

Cheap IKEA LADDA batteries outperform expensive Eneloop Pro batteries in speedlight test

In a side-by-side speedlight test, photographer Martin Cheung found that cheap IKEA LADDA rechargeable batteries delivered noticeably faster recycle speeds compared to Panasonic's expensive Eneloop Pro batteries.

Phottix announces Odin II TTL flash trigger for Pentax shooters

Flash manufacturer Phottix has announced it will introduce an Odin ll transmitter for Pentax users in April this year. The company says it has had ‘direct cooperation’ from Pentax engineers to make and program the trigger so it works seamlessly.

Wacom releases 24-inch 4K Cintiq Pro pen display, 32-inch coming 'later this year'

Seven months after announcing that it would release 24- and 32-inch versions of the Cintiq Pro pen display, Wacom is following through on one of those promises—you'll be able to pick up the Cintiq Pro 24 in May, and the Cintiq Pro 32 "later this year."

Wacom's new Cintiq Pro Engine turns your Wacom pen display into a full-blown PC

Made to work with the Cintiq Pro 24- and 32-inch models, the Cintiq Pro Engine module seamlessly plugs into the back of the pen display tablet and turns it into a powerful PC workstation with an Intel processor, NVIDIA graphics card, SSD, and up to 32GB RAM.

Cactus announces palm-sized RQ250 wireless monolight

Cactus has announced that it will release a ‘palm-sized’ bare-bulb flash head this summer that will feature wireless control and three times the power of a typical GN60m hotshoe unit.

Tiffen announces foot operated gas-lift Steadicam Air monopod

Tiffen has joined the monopod market with the new Steadicam Air. The Steadicam Air is a three-section carbon fibre model that uses a gas spring and foot pedal close to the base to quickly and easily adjust the monopod's height.

Ex-Lexar execs have launched a new memory card company, here's why you should care

ProGrade Digital is new brand of memory cards aimed at professional photographers and demanding amateurs. Here's what sets ProGrade apart, and why the company believes it can compete with the big guys.

New Sony release cable enables dual-shooting with the RX0

The VMC-MM2 release cable allows owners of Sony's ultra-compact RX0 to sync the sort-of action camera with a Sony alpha (or Cyber-shot) camera and capture photos and video simultaneously.

Sony announces new flagship guide number 60 HVL-F60RM wireless flash

Sony just released a new wireless flagship flash for E-mount with guide number 60. The HVL-F60RM offers "high-power flash output, reliable continuous performance and advanced control features with integrated radio control options."

Really Right Stuff is moving from California to Utah to escape rising costs

Camera accessory manufacturer Really Right Stuff is relocating. The company is moving its headquarters from California to Utah, citing rising costs and promising 'expansion on every level' as a result of this move.

Samsung unveils massive 30TB solid state drive, the world's largest SSD

Samsung just set a new solid state storage milestone with its new 30TB SSD, the Serial Attached SCSI PM1643. This monster was built for enterprise use, but we can't wait to see this tech trickle down to consumers.

Atech's Blackjet UX-1 Cinema Dock might just be the ultimate memory card reader

The Atech Blackjet UX-1 Cinema Dock might just be the ultimate card reader. This reader uses a 40Gb/s Thunderbolt 3 connection to transfer data from SSD, XQDm CFast, CF, SD and MicroSD cards at a blistering speed from its seven media slots.

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.

Video: The ultimate Godox studio flash guide

If you are confused by the massive range of flash heads produced by Godox, you're in luck. Professional photographer Robert Hall has produced a useful video that aims to explain the differences, and similarities, between them all.

Canon patents innovative lens adapter with built-in electronic ND filter

In a patent from October, 2017, Canon details a lens adapter for mirrorless cameras that would feature an electronic variable ND filter built right in. This would be particularly useful for video shooters.

Integral unveils world's first microSD card with 512GB capacity

With a capacity of half a Terabyte, Integral's new microSD card offers plenty of storage to photographers and video shooters—a boon for drone videographers who are shooting lots of 4K footage.

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