The Lowepro Classified Sling 180 AW is a somewhat lengthy name for what might be one of the best sling bags currently on the market for digital photographers. It's comfortable to use and roomy enough for a laptop and a slew of camera equipment. See how it fared when we put it to use in the field.
As spring arrives, your mom, dad or grad may be dusting off an old point-and-shoot, gearing up for vacations and memory-making all summer. If you're still searching for a good Mother's Day, Father's Day, or graduation present, then maybe it's time to update his or her photographic equipment.
Moms, Dads and grads all have different needs from a dedicated video recorder. The college student will prize portability and quick uploads to Facebook, while Dad wants a camcorder that will help him with his golf swing. We've picked some of our favorites for parents and kids alike to help you get the right camcorder into the right hands.
Eye-Fi cards tempt photographers with the promise of wireless file transfers from a simple SD card straight to his or her computer. One of the latest versions of the Eye-Fi card, the Pro X2, now offers RAW file transfer and ad-hoc networking. Take a look at how these features performed in our review of the Pro X2.
St. Patrick's Day is a time to honor the patron Saint of Ireland, don green, and revel in the holiday's traditions: parades, corned beef and cabbage, and of course, green beer. With the spirit of the festivities in mind, we're highlighting several green cameras and accessories because everything should feel Irish on Saint Patrick's Day, even camera gear.
Ultra-compact cameras might be convenient to carry, but an entry-level DSLR offers speed and exceptional image quality for around $650. So how do you make a bulky camera and lenses easy to carry? Lowepro comes to the rescue with the new Photo Runner 100 beltpack. Keep reading to see if this $50 bag deserves a place on your hip.
In the face of mounting competition from Sony, Panasonic, and others, Canon is holding its ground in the HD camcorder market as it announced nine new flash-memory models to its Vixia line at CES 2010. With new additions to the high-end and mid-range Vixia lines, Canon also introduced a new series of entry-level models, the HF R-series.
Camera bag maker Lowepro has introduced several new bags for photographers with different storage needs.
The diminutive Lowepro Adventura 120 is a minimalist camera bag that shouldn't attract too much attention - which can be an important security consideration in our uncertain world. With enough room for a DSLR or an ultrazoom, it carries on Lowepro's reputation for usability, robust construction, and quality materials.
Panasonic announces today the availability of two class 10 SDXC memory cards.
Olympus announces today the E-P2, successor to their rangefinder-style E-P1. The E-P2 now carries the banner for Olympus's chic Micro Four Thirds "Digital Pen" series, boasting improved AF performance, new art filters, and an accessory port ready to accept the articulating EVF announced with the camera today. We've got our hands on a pre-production model, so read on for hands-on photos and video with the E-P2.
Ready to accessorize? We took a look at the latest offerings from a couple of bag manufacturers at the PhotoPlus Expo. Whether you're looking to keep that shiny new PowerShot G11 looking fresh or you're on the hunt for a bag that will accommodate a laptop and your DSLR, there's a bag out there for you.
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