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Ralf Jurrien : March 20th 2007 - 13:33 CET
SLR camera Armor protection

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VisibleDustSLR camera Armor protection : Your camera is going to see amazing sites in its lifetime ... you'll want to capture amazing landscapes, sports events, your kids, anything! So keeping your pride and joy in good condition isn't going to be easy... Camera Armor is a model specific close fitting "skin" for your SLR camera. Originally launched at the end of 2006, Camera Armor has proved to be massively popular with enthusiast and amateur photographers alike. The most popular models have an SRP of £49.95, but are currently available at an introductory price of £39.95. Focus on Imaging 2007 sees the line up expand to include more popular cameras, and from March will be available to fit Sony's Alpha A100, Canon's EOS 1 DS and Nikon's D40
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With protecting your investment firmly in mind, Focus on Imaging will also see the Camera Armor product line-up expand to include additional innovative products. The ToughStrap Set is a must for anyone traveling or shooting in crowded places with expensive camera gear. While the ergonomic neoprene ensures a comfortable shock-absorbing carry, it conceals an embedded slash-proof stainless wire. The ToughStrap Set includes the SafeStrap, designed to wrap around your hand ensuring a firm grip on your SLR. The set is priced at £24.95. SafeStrap is available separately, priced at £14.95.

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VisibleDust is a Canadian Company which uses its knowledge and research of biochip technology to advance the science of removing dust from the surface of delicate objects such as Digital SLR Sensors. Attracting protein and DNA to the glass-like surface of a biochip for attachment requires special preparation of that surface. Because dust has many common characteristics with DNA, our DSLR Sensor Cleaning products are able to utilize the same technology. Our Philosophy is to make Sensor Cleaning as effortless and quick as possible. Because you take the pride in shooting images, we take the time to research the products we bring to the market. Our Strength lies within continuous Research and development , dedicated staff and great customer support.





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