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Running around Seattle on my bicycle (a 2012 Specialized Crosstrail Sport Disk), I have to keep my camera equipment as light and accessible as possible, so I have installed a Racktime Addit rear rack and hung a couple of Jandd Grocery Bag Pannier bags from it. The Racktime Addit rear rack, is especially well suited for carrying heavy loads, because it has a second lower rail that extends further back, so you can both lower the center of gravity of a heavier load and move it further away from the back of your feet while pedaling the bike. Continue reading “Think Tank Photo Skin Set camera bags on the Seattle bicycle trails.”
Ever wish you hadn’t erased that image on your camera? Or wish you hadn’t erased your memory card after transferring your image files to the computer? Better buy some digital image file insurance.
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* Extremely versatile—reads 24 popular memory card formats*
* Enables concurrent downloads and card-to-card file transfer
* Pop-up design protects card slots
* Quickly and easily transfer photos, videos, music, and files
* Includes USB cable—no external power supply needed
* One-year limited warranty
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The Newest Urban Disguise is CAVERNOUS
For carrying two regular or pro size DSLRs with lenses attached to each camera body – or even a 70-200 f2.8 lens attached to any camera body – we have released the cavernous Urban Disguise ® 70 Pro. This is a briefcase style gear bag for traveling in style and protecting camera equipment without attracting undue attention. The interior accommodates a host of camera configurations that will enable you to keep all your gear in one secure bag. It features:
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Think Tank Photo Introduces the First Camera Bag System Dedicated Solely to Multimedia DSLR’s
SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA, USA. – With the introductions of the Canon 5D Mark II and the Nikon D90, and with the line blurring between still and video/audio imaging, photographers and videographers are increasingly required to be experts in multimedia. A “Multimedia DSLR” is defined as a DSLR that has the ability to take still photos, video, and audio required to create a multimedia presentation. Continue reading “The Multimedia Wired Up Collection”