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Manfrotto camcorder stabilization tripod ModoSteady

Nic Rossmüller : 2008-02-01 22:33:25
Manfrotto camcorder stabilization tripod ModoSteady : The digital revolution has given consumers the ability to expand their creativity in ways never before possible. Whether it’s a family video, a child’s winning goal at a soccer game or budding videographer experimenting with creating his or her own movies, consumers of all skill levels and ages have fully embraced digital imaging. To enhance their imaging experience and improve the look and feel of their videos, consumers can turn to Manfrotto, a world leading manufacturer of support products, and its new, versatile stabilization system - the 585 ModoSteady. A three-in-one, hybrid camera stabilizer, ModoSteady is the latest addition to the popular Manfrotto Modo family.


Manfrotto pocket size camera tripod

Nic Rossmüller : 2008-02-01 22:27:15
Manfrotto pocket size camera tripod : Manfrotto’s Modo family of support solutions for compact point-and-shoot digital cameras and camcorders has revolutionized the way consumers take their images. Modo has empowered consumers to do more with their digital cameras and capture clearer, sharper, blur-free photos, further highlighting the fact that in camera stabilization can’t do the job alone. Extending the Modo family and taking the line to the next level, Manfrotto is proud to introduce the ModoPocket - an ultra compact support solution for small point and shoot digital cameras. Folding completely flat, ModoPocket can fit anywhere and is the ideal solution for today’s mobile consumer who always has a digital camera in hand.


Digital camera rain cover

Nic Rossmüller : 2008-02-01 22:25:00
Digital camera rain cover : Hydrophobia 300 - 600 is the first rain cover specifically designed to be pre-mounted for quick deployment. When in the field, where inclement weather can destroy a shot or gear, photographers need a simple and hassle free system for immediately deploying a rain cover to protect their SLRs and lenses. When it appears it may rain, photographers attach the Hydrophobia over their lenses before going out into the field, rolling it up tight and out of the way. Then, when weather threatens, they simply unroll the rain cover over the rest of the lens and body, securely protecting both. The rain cover fits onto a 300 f2.8, 400 f2.8, 500 f4, and 600 f4, making it ideally suited for sports and nature photographers.


Lens filters for Medium Format cameras

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-02-01 18:05:00
Lens filters for Medium Format cameras : Direct Source Marketing, the U.S. distributor for medium and large format Horseman and Rolleiflex professional cameras, announced that it will exhibit at PMA what is expected to be the thinnest circular polarizer filters that take a standard snap lens cap. The Ultra Slim Rodenstock HR advanced filters are believed to be 1-1.5 mm thinner than any other filter. They are designed to bring out the best in optical performance for the new, advanced digital standards. The Ultra Slim Rodenstock is also expected to be the first ultra slim filter with brass rather than aluminum rings. The brass rings help ensure optical alignment of the filter to the lens.


Extendable tripod for your camera

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-02-01 18:00:00
Extendable tripod for your camera : If you’re the photographer in the family the best photo of yourself is likely on your passport. With the Quik Pod, the world’s first handheld extendable tripod, the days of holding out your arm only to get poor picture results are over. No more asking strangers for help. No more waiting for strangers to stop walking in front of your camera. A person simply holds the extended Quik Pod with camera attached and properly framed photos and videos are captured without the help of strangers. A panoramic self-image mirror on the Quik Pod extendable tripod allows the user to see his or her relative position to the camera lens providing perfectly framed photos every time.


Mamiya Lens adapters for Hasselblad Lenses

Nic Rossmüller : 2008-02-01 15:23:27
Mamiya Lens adapters for Hasselblad Lenses : Mamiya has announced the release of two Mamiya Lens Mount Adapters that allows the use of Hasselblad V-series medium format lenses on Mamiya 645AF series cameras (645AF, 645AFD, and 645AFD II). "The Mamiya lens adapters provide the mechanical interface and precise flange-to-film plane distance required for proper focusing of Hasselblad lenses," said Jeff Karp, Mamiya Product Marketing Manager, "allowing the photographer to use their existing Hasselblad V series lenses on the high-precision Mamiya 645AFD II. We are confident that photographers are looking to make the transition from film to digital as efficiently as possible, and this adapter is definitely a way to do that."


Sony GPS receiver

Nic Rossmüller : 2008-01-31 02:00:02
Sony GPS receiver GPS-CS1KASP : To update an announcement made last year, Sony said it will bundle new versions of the Picture Motion Browser software and Image Tracker software with its GPS receiver for digital imaging products. With this new software, the Sony GPS-CS1KASP device can trace the GPS coordinates of your video footage to an online map, courtesy of Google. The Sony GPS-CS1KASP product will continue to support GPS tagging of digital still photos. Sony includes two new attachment accessories so you can secure to the Sony GPS-CS1KASP GPS receiver to your arm when running or hiking or to your bike when cycling. The product continues to offer a carabiner to attach the receiver to a backpack or a belt loop.


Toshiba Dynadocks USB docking station

Ralf Jurrien : 2008-01-12 18:32:00
Toshiba Dynadocks USB docking station : Toshiba announced the availability of three Toshiba Dynadock USB docking stations. The Dynadocks help users get the best multimedia or cinematic experience from a notebook PC by enabling connection to multiple displays, 7.1 surround speakers and broadband networks. Available in silver or mist grey, the Toshiba Dynadocks have a sleek upright design. A onecable connection allows the Dynadock to connect with any notebook computer featuring a USB 2.0 port, making the set-up time virtually nil. All Dynadocks are Windows Vista compatible. The Dynadock USB Docking Station (DVI+VGA) are available from 30th August 2007 and the Dynadock HDMI version at the end of 2007, starting from €129.00 (Euro).






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