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Mark Peters : December 15th 2005 - 16:02 CET

CameraBright X1-ER Plus lighting accessory


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CameraBrightCameraBright X1-ER Plus lighting accessory : CameraBright, Inc. expands its product line of the world's only consumer-based photographic lighting accessory product line by introducing two new products, the CameraBright! X1-ER Plus lighting accessory with durable metal threads for heavier use applications and the HS1 universal camera shoe adapter for connecting any of the available CameraBright! lighting accessories to a digital SLR camera or camcorder shoe mount. CameraBright! X1 lighting accessories connect to virtually any digital camera or camcorder to allow users to capture better pictures and videos in low and no light situations. The CameraBright! X1-ER+ light is priced at $39.95 each while the HS1 mount is priced at $12.95.
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"From the very beginning we have always listened to our customers' wants and needs and balanced that with market shifts," said Brett Pardikes, CEO and President of CameraBright, Inc. "Our two new products tackle those desires and market trends with the ER Plus targeting the widely expanding digital SLR market and the HS1 focuses on expanded functionality." The CameraBright! X1-ER+, Extended Range Plus, utilizes a central aluminum threaded core which provides increased strength, extreme rigidity, and continued durability for digital SLR users, camcorder users or high-use individuals. The CameraBright! X1-ER+ is recommended for digital cameras or camcorders over 2 lbs.

CameraBright! HS1 universal camera shoe adapter
The CameraBright! HS1, Hotshoe mount is recommended for users that want to position any of the available CameraBright! lighting accessories on top of their digital SLR camera or camcorder that has a universal shoe mount. The HS1 simply slides onto the top of the cameras or camcorders mount, tighten it into place and then attach any of the available CameraBright! lights to take better pictures and videos in low and no light situations. The CameraBright! X1-ER+ light is priced at $39.95 each while the HS1 mount is priced at $12.95, both are only available in black. All other models are available in either titanium grey or black.

About CameraBright
CameraBright, Inc. is focused on developing the first low cost lighting accessory product line dedicated to the consumer digital camera, traditional camera and camcorder industry. Based in Colorado, the company is a privately held corporation. CameraBright, Inc. has a desire and commitment to "Make it Right, Make it Bright!”





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