As a result of recent patent award to a competitor, the popular BosStrap sling style strap system has been modified to eliminate the quick-connect system. Is that a benefit, or a hindrance? Read on to find out…
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Kata, who is well known for their quality and innovative bags, has some new products on the market. Among them is the MiniBee-111 UL, which we happened to get our hands on for review. It’s a camera backpack with an aluminum frame, offering ultimate comfort and support. Read on to learn more about the bag and to see our thoughts.
So, you’re ready to purchase your second (or possibly your third) lens for you camera…
Over the past several months, we’ve been checking out a lesser photography and photojournalism community known as JPG, and now we’re ready to tell you all about it. The site has a number of unique features that are worth checking out. Read on to follow us along in our tour of the site and to hear our thoughts. It may just be the next big thing.
We’d like to introduce you to another sling-style camera strap, The Lens Loop. The Lens Loop is a low-profile strap made out of a seat-belt-like material and minimal hardware. Simon Hucko takes the Lens Loop for a spin in this in-depth review.
If you’re in need of a rugged backpack that isn’t too large and will hold some of your camera equipment, you may wish to consider the Clik Elite Compact Sport. We got our hands on one to review. Read on to hear our toughts.
Some of the best outdoor shots are accomplished during the ever-changing sunsets and sunrises. Figuring out when the sun rises or sets requires planning, but Sundroid – an app for Android Phones – can help you calculate the precise time.
Carrying your camera and accessories can be a nuisance. Around your neck, it can grow uncomfortable. Shift it to your waist, and things are far more comfortable. At least that’s the premise behind the SpiderPro Camera System, which we just happened to have gotten our hands on. We of course would like to share our review with you. Read on.
We’ve all seen the beauty that is possible with infrared photography, but to many of us it’s a technology that is out of reach. IR cameras can be expensive, but then we were introduced to the Midnight Shot NV-1 IR camera. We got our hands on one to try out. Read on to learn more about the camera, see some samples and hear our thoughts.
So you’ve hit that point where your files have become too numerous to manage, and you really need a tool to help you out. Photo Mechanic just happens to be such a tool, and we got our hands on a copy to review. In true Shutter Photo fashion, we’ve played with it as much as we can, and we have a lot of features to introduce to you, and a lot of thoughts. Read on to hear what we have to say.