Camera bag manufacturer Lowepro has announced two new product lines - including a line of eco-friendly electronics pouches - as well as additions to three of its most popular existing product families.
Lowepro's newest small bag, the Nova 160 AW, offers photographers everything they need for a compact camera kit in one easy-to-use weatherproof design.
Eye-Fi has announced new partnerships providing direct-upload access from its Wi-Fi enabled memory cards to both Adobe Photoshop Express and Nikon's my Picturetown.
Some photographers are on a quest for the perfect shot. Others of us would be happy just to find the perfect camera bag.
Mountainsmith's new DSLR gear hauler walks away with the award for ruggedness in our bag review torture tests.
Sigma has launched a new accessory lens for its DP1 compact that allows for near-macro shooting.
Some interesting stuff is on the way for DCR readers, not the least of which is our new Round Up editorial column covering a variety of topics relevant to digital camera users. Other exciting changes afoot around here include an updated look and feel for the site, a new "home" for our news coverage, and of course, the in-depth camera, lens, and accessory reviews you're most interested in. Click the story link to see what else we have in store...
Lowepro has provided details on the latest SLR bags to join its lineup - the new Inverse AW beltpack, as well as a redesign of the company's long-running Nova shoulder bag.
The folks at Olympus pioneered the long-zoom point-and-shoot digicam with the introduction of the 10x-zoom C2100 in 2000, and they obviously believe that size really does matter. The new Olympus SP-570 UZ features the longest zoom lens currently available on a point-and-shoot camera: a whopping 20x optic that goes from the 35mm-equivalent of 26mm to 520mm. With a 10 megapixel sensor, a hot shoe, and manual exposure control, the latest ultrazoom from Olympus promises a viable replacement to a DSLR and a bagful of lenses for casual shooters.
When I received a few Golla "Music" pouches for review, I quickly figured out that they're versatile little bags with lots of possible uses beyond their stated purpose as MP3 player or cell-phone holders: among other things, they're the perfect size to hold an ultracompact digital camera. The question is whether these stylish, affordable bags from this up and coming accessory maker are a practical alternative for casual photographers looking for a fun way to tote a tiny camera.
The Passport has been Western Digital's most successful line of portable external hard drives for several years. The sleek casing, solid build quality, reasonable speed, and tons of storage space continue to keep these USB-powered 2.5-inch, 5400RPM portable hard drives popular. The all new Passport Elite series offers even greater capacities, improved indicator lights, simple port protection, and some nice software to keep your portable storage organized. With the ability to store nearly 100,000 high resolution JPEGs, is this drive the next must-have accessory for digital photographers on the move?
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