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New wireless TTL trigger from Aokatec

The Aokatec AK-TTL wireless trigger is available. It is a radio trigger (or to be more exact, a radio relay) that is able to work with the wireless flash control systems of Canon, Nikon, Pentax and Sony.

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Review: Solmeta N3 Geotagger

The Solmeta N3 geotagger has just been released. It is a second generation device that is supposed to obtain a faster lock on satellites, and to use less power, than first generation devices. It also cost almost as much as the original Nikon GP-1 geotagger. It it worth the money?

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Phottix Odin for Nikon is available

As of June 2012, both the Canon and Nikon versions of the Phottix Odin wireless TTL Trigger is available on eBay for USD 325 for a kit (TCU and RX), 169 for RX only.

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Internet images used without permission

What happens if you pull a photograph of the Internet and uses it without permission. In this blog post, I try to keep current about the case law and out-of-court settlements that exists in this area.

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Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT with radio control

With the Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT, Canon has become the first major manufacturer of a DSLR system to put the radio transceiver for communicating between DSLR body and flash inside the flash itself.

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Nikon D4 specifications

The Nikon D4 features a 16.2 Mpx FX CMOS image sensor with an up to 10 fps rate. Among the features are improved expanded ISO range up to ISO 204800, and an auto-focus system that works up to f/8, making teleconverters useful even with slow lenses.

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