Photography Gear Management Solution

Photography Gear Management Solution

Coming soon to Kickstarter is a solution for photography gear called GearEye. GearEye is a location-based logbook for all your high-end gear. It uses super thin, smart RFID stickers that are easily tagged onto items so you never lose or forget anything. The stickers are super-affordable so you can put them on everything.  They’ll always work because they don’t run on batteries.   What GearEye can do for photographers Ensures nothing gets left behind – tap the app and GearEye checks that…

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The DJI Mavic Pro is Here, Small, foldable and smart

The DJI Mavic Pro is Here, Small, foldable and smart

The DJI Mavic Pro is Here!!! DJI has owned the American drone market for a while, and for great reasons. DJI makes awesome drones with some of the most advanced features on the market. A week ago GoPro, the action camera king, announced its own drone. But….. The DJI Mavic Pro is DJI taking that Thunder and focus back! The Mavic Pro is a full-featured aerial photography drone that can be folded up, where the Karma fits in a backpack,…

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Gopro Hero 5 and Hero 5 Session is here

Gopro Hero 5 and Hero 5 Session is here

  GOPRO HERO5 BLACK The Hero 5 GoPros are here. GoPro just announced their new line of cameras. The new line from GoPro is called Hero5 and it features only two cameras: a more advanced GoPro Hero5 Black and a smaller GoPro Hero5 session. GoPro seems to be getting some of their focus back which is great. GoPro Hero5 Black their flagship has relatively the same video output of the older Hero4 Black edition, combined with the LCD (+ touch) of the Silver…

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New Nikon Keymission Action Cameras

New Nikon Keymission Action Cameras

Three cameras. Infinite possibilities. Nikon just released their new line of Nikon Keymission Action Cameras. They look great, plus they have some amazing footage of what each of the cameras can do and how they used them. Listed are some of the features of each below and a link at the bottom of this to Nikons product and videos. Keymission 360 – Your Adventures from every Angle Whether you’re raising bars or awareness, pushing limits or status quo, setting personal bests or…

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The Everyday Backpack by Peak Design

The Everyday Backpack by Peak Design

Last Notice to supporting the Everyday Backpack as there is only about 52 hours left before this Kickstarter is over the most funded camera bag yet.   Become a backer of this project and pick a reward. You will essentially be pre-ordering one of Peak Designs new bags. You’ll get a special backer discount, and you’ll receive your stuff before it is available in stores. Want to buy more than one? Check out All Rewards & Add-ons.   You can go check it out…

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Nikon updates Entry level Camera to D3400

Nikon updates Entry level Camera to D3400

Nikon released its newest entry-level DX-format (APS-C) model, the Nikon D3400 is an incremental update of its predecessor, the D3300. Upgrades  include built-in Bluetooth connectivity, as well as more shots per charge — 1,200 versus 700 in the D3300; and a higher standard max ISO of 25,600. The Bluetooth connectivity allows wireless transfers of images to compatible phones and tablets (but does not do remote control of the camera) through Nikon SnapBridge software. Resolution is unchanged from the D3300 at 24.2…

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Everyday Back Pack by Peak Design

Everyday Back Pack by Peak Design

Last Christmas I received from my kids a couple of items from Peak Design –  the do it all accessory Field Pouch, the Capture Pro Clip and the Capture Lens. These items are very useful and used them in June 2016 on my Photography trip to Iceland. The 3 simple items made hiking, lens changes and carrying the cameras a breeze, and having access to my cameras a breeze as well. Their products are amazing and very good build quality.  …

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would you try Back button focus?

would you try Back button focus?

About two years ago I was introduced to the Idea to try Back button focus with my cameras. When I first read about it, my first thought was, how would that make anything better. But I decided to give it a try, both my Nikon Cameras supported it so I reconfigured both of them with little effort and reconfiguring bot of them forced me to try it. What back button focus does is it uses the AF-On button as your…

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