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Lowepro updates ProTactic system with modular exterior attachments

Camera bag manufacturer Lowepro has introduced mark II backpacks for its ProTactic AW range with models that are said to feature an improved handling experience as well as a collection of accessories that can be attached to the outside.

First lens adapters for Nikon Z already appearing

British photographic engineer MTF Services is claiming the world’s first third-party lens adapters for the new Nikon Z system with a collection of four units designed to allow cinema lenses to be mounted on the mirrorless full frame bodies.

Chroma Chrono is a programmable RGB camera flash for colorful long exposures

A new Kickstarter campaign seeks funding for Chroma Chrono, a programmable RGB camera flash that emits multiple colors during long exposures.

CamRanger Mini is half the size, two thirds of the price and has over twice the range

Ahead of the launch of the CamRanger II the company has announced a mini version of its wireless remote control system that it says has a longer range than the original in a body half the size.

X-Rite launches the ColorChecker Video XL

X-Rite ColorChecker Video XL is an oversized color target for wide-angle, long distance, and aerial shooting.

CamRanger 2 set for 2019 launch with improved range, Sony and Fujifilm support

CamRanger has announced the impending arrival of its CamRanger 2 wireless tethering and trigger system, complete with redesigned apps, updated wireless features, and support for select Sony and Fujifilm systems.

Olloclip announces Multi-Device Clip for smartphone lenses

Olloclip's Multi-Device Clip is designed to work with the company's Connect X line of interchangeable lenses and works with most smartphones.

Sony launches new line of rugged SD memory cards

Sony's new 'tough' SD cards are targeted at "photographers who are reliant upon their photographs remaining safe when their SD cards are removed from the camera". The cards are bend, water and drop-proof.

Nikon offers optional Dot Sight accessory to aid telephoto photography

Nikon will sell an optional Dot Sight accessory to help telephoto photographers better track moving subjects.

The Lexar brand makes a return

Parent company Longsys has announced that Lexar will be back "in full production" and shipping globally this fall.

3 Legged Thing launches the affordable Patti tripod

The new 3 Legged Thing Patti is a compact tripod that doesn't break the bank.

Samsung starts mass producing high-performance 4TB QLC SSDs for consumers

In 2016, Samsung launched a prohibitively expensive 4TB SSD. This week it revealed that it has started mass producing a less expensive variant.

Epson FastFoto FF-680W, world's fastest personal photo scanner, now available

At max speed, the Epson FastFoto FF-680W can scan a photo every second at 300dpi.

Steadify wearable camera stabilizer features a hip-mounted monopod

Steadify is an innovative monopod that enables you to keep your camera steady using a wearable hip-based stabilizer rather than a conventional tripod.

Magix speeds up Photostory slideshow software and adds new effects

Imaging software developer Magix has released the 2019 version of its Photostory Deluxe slideshow application that it says is completely redesigned, easier to use and much faster than before.

Nissin MG10 hammerhead flash goes on sale

The MG10 hammerhead flash unit from manufacturer Nissin will be available from the end of this month priced at $599. The handle-mount flash is designed to be used both attached to the camera and as a studio-type head.

Gitzo teams up with Sony to launch tripod and L-bracket designed for α-series cameras

Gitzo and Sony have teamed up to launch a new tripod and L-bracket designed specifically for Sony α-series cameras.

Cactus releases firmware to add TTL control for Canon flashes

Hong Kong flash system manufacturer Cactus has released new firmware for its V6 II Transceiver that will allow it to wirelessly communicate TTL information between a Canon or Cactus flash and a Canon camera. The X-TTL update makes it possible to trigger Canon flashes and retain full TTL control with that flash either on or off camera.

Skylum's DAM will be included with future version of Luminar, free of charge to current owners

Skylum has announced that Digital Asset Manager (DAM) for Luminar will be provided for free to owners of the current version of Luminar - details of which will be revealed "within a few weeks."

Phottix announces larger LED panels with the Kali600

Lighting brand Phottix has announced a new LED panel for videographers and stills photographers called the Kali600. Larger than the company’s hotshoe Nuada series, the Kali600 is designed for location and studio work and to be mounted on a stand.

Manfrotto adds Befree Advanced Carbon, GT and Live Carbon models to travel tripod line

Manfrotto has updated its travel tripod range with three new tripod models: the Befree Advanced Carbon Fiber, Befree GT, and Befree Live Carbon Fiber. The first two models feature Manfrotto's M-lock twist lock, and the Befree Live Carbon Fiber is designed for recording video.

DJI announces price and delivery date for Ronin-S gimbal

Chinese drone manufacturer DJI has announced that the Ronin-S, its first single-handed stabilizer, will be available from late this month at a cost of $699. Click through for more details.

Leica announces SF 60 Flash Unit and SF C1 Remote Control Unit for M and SL cameras

Leica has announced a new flash and remote control flash unit for its Q, SL/CL and M-series digital cameras. The Leica SF 60 flash offers TTL metering and high-speed sync up to 1/8000sec, while the SF C1 remote control unit enables wireless control of SF 60 flash units across up to seven channels in three groups.

PNY launches 512GB microSD card

The PNY 512GB Elite is one of only two microSD cards on the market to offer half a terabyte of storage capacity.

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.

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.

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.

Fotopro Mogo flexible monopod kits are designed for various photography needs

Photo gear company Fotopro has launched a crowdfunding campaign for Mogo, a flexible monopod based on the Fotopro UFO. Mogo features flexible legs that can be wrapped around a rail or post or used on uneven surfaces.

Nimbus Data ExaDrive pushes SSD capacity record to 100TB

The new ExaDrive offers a three times higher capacity than the previous largest SSD, a 30TB model by Samsung.

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.

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.

SanDisk reveals world’s fastest UHS-I microSD memory card

The 400GB SanDisk Extreme UHS-I microSDXC card is officially the world’s fastest UHS-I flash memory card, offering read speeds up to 160MB/s and write speeds up to 90MB/s—over 50% faster than current UHS-I Extreme microSD cards.

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.

Canon's clever new Speedlite 470EX-AI automatically adjusts to bounce flash

By determining its distance to a subject and distance to the ceiling, the Canon Speedlite 470EX-AI automatically pivots to create an optimal angle for bounce flash – helping flash beginners create more flattering portraits with ease.

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