Thumbnail.

Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera

Jonas Pfeil has designed a ball shaped camera that is padded with foam and handles just like a ball. You throw it high in the air, and at its highest point, 36 individual 2 Mpx cameras captures 36 simultaneous exposures covering a full 360° panorama.

read more.

Thumbnail.

Nikon 1 system – designed for soccer moms?

The Nikon 1 MILC system may be the first camera system designed from the ground up specifically for soccer moms.

read more.

Thumbnail.

A better camera strap

Is there a better alternative to the camera strap that came with the body? In this review, Gisle Hannemyr takes a closer look at different sliding harness straps, such as the BlackRapid R-strap, the Quick Strap Q-strap and the German Sun-sniper strap. This new strap design attaches to the camera's tripod socket instead of the traditional lugs.

read more.

Thumbnail.

Pixel King E-TTL wireless trigger for Canon

The Pixel King wireless trigger let you use radio to for both manual and E-TTL II wireless control of Canon Speedlites. Versions for Nikon and Sony is scheduled for release in 2012. The King is a second generation system, with the TTL-control based upon the Pixel Knight.

read more.

Thumbnail.

Ojecoco H-550 wireless trigger

The Chinese company Ojecoco has just released a brand new flash and shutter release trigger, called H-550, featuring a pass-through TTL hot-shoe and wireless hypersync.

read more.

Thumbnail.

ACLU publishes guide to photographers' rights

There is a widespread, continuing pattern of people taking photographs from public places being harassed by police and private security guards. To defend free speech, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), has now published a guide to photographers' rights in the USA.

read more.

Thumbnail.

Ansel Adams tribute by Peter Essick

National Geographic presents a portfolio where landscape photographer Peter Essick pays tribute to Ansel Adams and the California wilderness.

read more.

Thumbnail.

Canon EOS to MFT adapter with aperture control

Accessory specialist Redrock Micro has created a Canon EOS (EF) to Micro Four-Thirds lens adapter with a touch-panel that lets the photographer set the aperture of the lens.

read more.

Thumbnail.

YongNuo YN-565 TTL flash released

The YongNuo YN-565 TTL Flash will work as a wireless remote flash unit that is compatible with both the Canon and the Nikon systems for wireless flash control.

read more.

Thumbnail.

SLR mount for the iPhone

You can now buy an adapter that let you use your Nikon F-mount or Canon EF-mount lenses lenses on your iPhone!

read more.

Thumbnail.

Amazing self portrait

A black macaque monkey steals a camera and captures an amazing self portrait.

read more.

Thumbnail.

Kenko-Tokina buys Cokin

Good news for fans of square filters. Japanese distributor of photographic accessories, Kenko-Tokina, rescues famous French filter manufacturer from bankruptcy.

read more.

Thumbnail.

Survey of dedicated Nikon GPS receivers

I have just completed a survey of 12 dedicated Nikon GPS receivers suitable for mounting in the camera's accessory shoe. All the units may be mounted in the camera's accessory shoe, and will automatically embed GPS metadata in the EXIF when you take a photo.

read more.

Twelve years of Nikon DSLRs

On June 15th 1999, Nikon announced the Nikon D1, the first DSLR to carry the Nikon logo. Retrospective about the 28 bodies in the Nikon D-series so far.

read more.

Phottix Strato II Multi trigger

The Phottix Strato II Multi wireless radio trigger for flash and shutter has a very attractive feature: A transmitter with a pass-through TTL hot-shoe.

read more.

Sigma SD-1: What's really up?

My contribution to the conspiracy theories surrounding the bizarre price-tag attached to the new Sigma SD-1 DSLR.

read more.

Why you should use a tripod, remote and MLU

Using a laser vibration detector, it is demonstrated how much vibration is created when the shutter button is pushed manually and the mirror in a DSLR is allowed to flop.

read more.

New range test of optical slave triggers

I recently aquired a Fluke 411D laser distance meter (). As a result, I decided to redo all the range tests I did about a year back of optical triggers for more accurate range measurements. The result is now […]

read more.

Nikon Digitutor

The Nikon Digitutor is a great resource for Nikon photographers. It has short video segments about using Nikon DSLRs, R1C1 Speedlight Commander Kit, and ViewNX 2.

read more.

YongNuo Live View Remote Release YN-LV

The YongNuo Live View Remote Release YN-LV let you add a detachable live view screen with integrated remote control to a number of popular DSLRs.

read more.

Thumbnail.

E-film in the news again

Today's April Fool's joke about a digital film cartridge from RE35.net, may be a good time to reminisce about previous efforts to bring digital sensor to traditional film-based cameras. The first and best known of these was the EFS-1 (e)film cartridge announced back in 1998.

read more.

Thumbnail.

New YongNuo RF-603 transceiver is launched

YongNuo's update of its popular wireless radio trigger has now been announced. Search or the . Most of the features of the new triggers are the same as those on the , but The bad news is that the RF-603 units are not compatible with the older RF-602 units. Click to read our review of the […]

read more.


This page is from: http://dpanswers.com/roztr/blog.php