DSLR Gear No Idea

by on November 13, 2012

in Humor

Do you know someone who has all the latest DSLR gear but has no idea how to use it? Check out the above video as it pokes a little fun of those DSLR users.

And, if you find yourself in that boat, check out these three articles on the basics of exposure for a step in the right direction:

  1. Lens Speed and Aperture
  2. Shutter Speed
  3. ISO

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GearPack 60 DL

Kata has several new D-Light camera bags geared toward the hobbyist/enthusiast user.  You can find Kata bags here at B&H Photo.

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Manfrotto Lino Apparel for Women

Manfrotto recently introduced a new line of pro photo apparel for women.  The Lino Apparel Collection includes four items that are specially designed for the female shape: Pro Field Jacket, Pro Photo Vest, Pro Soft Shell Jacket and Pro Air Jacket. Also included in the new line is a unisex wind and waterproof poncho.

Check availability at B&H Photo.

Specs and pricing below.

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CES 2011 in About 3 Minutes

by on January 28, 2011

in Gear

Can you believe January 2011 is gone?  Where did it go so fast?

A good quarter of my January was spent in Vegas at CES 2011.  I’ve still got tons of stuff to write about – with half a notebook full of notes about new cameras and other gadgetry.  In the mean time, I hope the below video helps relate a little bit of what CES was about. [click to continue…]

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Video Gear News and Updates

by on October 5, 2010

in News

There has been a lot going on with the video scene over the past few days over a Tech Tilt, so here’s a quick recap for those of you into the video scene. [click to continue…]

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The Spider Holster is a unique, new holster belt for a photographer. It allows them to mount their cameras safely and securely while enabling quick access should the need arise for it. It is great for wedding photographers, sports shooters, photojournalists, event shooters that carry a backup body amongst others. While I was at first skeptical, a hands-on demo quickly disproved my initial reservations.
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