The Joby Gorillapod SLR is a fun, flexible-jointed miniature tripod that can handle a camera up to 1.75 pounds. It is ideal as a travel tripod or for people who don't need a "more serious" tripod. A Gorillapod may also make a nice, affordable gift for the shutterbug in your family. Read on for our full review.
If you're interested in testing a combination WiFi (802.11b/g) card / memory card with your digital camera, check out the Eye-Film Beta testing program. Read on for more details.
Photokina 2006: With the new SDHC memory format picking up speed and higher capacities available, plenty of memory makers have made announcements at Photokina.
Hidden in the secret innermost recesses of the digital camera world is a tiny group that likes very compact cameras - cameras so small that they weigh in at one ounce (or less) for each megapixel of resolution. The diminutive Fujifilm Finepix F470 could be the poster child for this club -- it weighs 5.5 ounces (with battery, memory card, and wrist strap) and produces 6 megapixel images. Fuji's newest compact digital camera relies on a usability driven design, point & shoot ease of use, and very basic controls/menus to make capturing striking photos dead simple.
Not to be left out of all the new product annoucements, Lowepro has announced a new line of bags designed for resporters, a rolling computer/camera backpack, a non-rolling computer and camera backpack, and some new colors for their Rezo line of compact camera cases. Lowepro bags are known for their high quality and excellent design.
The Digital Foci (pronounced "foe-sigh") Picture Porter provides portable media storage and backup if you don't want to carry around a laptop. The multiple card reader can handle all of the most popular memory card formats. A 2 inch color screen lets you browse thumbnails and navigate through menus. The Picture Porter is available in 20GB and 40GB capacities, starting at $369.
If you're a nature photographer, or someone who hikes a lot, in the rain, with a digital SLR, you should take a look at the Lowepro DryZone Rover bag. For around $200, you get a high quality, comfortable, camera-toting backpack that is the first to incorporate a hydration system. Not only will you stay hydrated, but your camera will stay bone dry in the waterproof lower compartment of the backpack.
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