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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Liquid Image Launches New Waterproof Housing for EGO Camera

Liquid Image has launched a new waterproof housing for the company’s EGO WiFi HD action camera. Depth rated to 40m/130ft, the new housing features a compact design,  adjustable flat adhesive mount and two buttons that allow the user to toggle between the camera’s video and still modes. The Liquid Image underwater housing is available for purchase from November 2012 with an RRP of £39.99.

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BosStrap Adds Two New Sliding Sling Straps

BosStrap has expanded its Sliding Sling Strap line with two BosStraps designed specifically for smaller digital still and video cameras: the BosStrap Generation 3 LT and the BosStrap One Piece LT. Like all BosStrap products, these new straps attach to the left strap lug. The tripod socket remains free. The BosStrap Generation 3 LT retails for $46.95. The BosStrap One Piece LT costs $38.95.

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Foto SF v4

SF Digital has released version 4 of its Foto SF software. This update has a host of new features, improved and faster navigation, new modules including “Quotes,” and eye-catching graphical reports. Pricing starts at $95 (£58 approx) for an upgrade and $145 (£90 approx) for Foto SF Lite.

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Monday, October 29, 2012

Google Nexus 10

Developed in partnership with Samsung, the Google Nexus 10 is an Android 4.2 powered 10” tablet with a 2560x1600-pixel display boasting a resolution of 300ppi. The panel’s aspect ratio is 8:5 (or, as display manufacturers like to put it, 16:10), which falls between the classic 3:2 proportion of photos taken by most 35mm film cameras and digital SLRs, and the widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio of HD movies. The 300ppi resolution bests the 264ppi Retina display of the Apple iPad 4 and matches that of standard photographic prints, making it especially attractive to photographers in need of a device to showcase their portfolio. Equipped with two camera modules (a 5-megapixel main camera and a 1.9-megapixel front-facing unit), microUSB and microHDMI ports, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity (but no memory card slot or 3G/4G support), the Nexus 10 will hit the shelves on 13th November in the UK, US, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, Canada and Japan in two versions, with the 16GB model costing £319/$399 and the 32GB variant selling for £389/$499.

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Photographer’s Guide to the Sony DSC-RX100

White Knight Press has released its newest camera guidebook, the Photographer’s Guide to the Sony DSC-RX100: Getting the Most from Sony’s Pocketable Digital Camera. “Using a patient, tutorial-like approach, the book provides guidance to beginning and intermediate photographers not only about how to accomplish things with the RX100, but when and why to use the camera’s many features,” the publisher says. “The book does not assume any specialized knowledge by the reader as it explains topics such as autofocus, manual focus, depth of field, aperture priority, shutter priority, exposure compensation, white balance, and ISO sensitivity. The book also provides full details of the camera’s numerous menu options for playback, setup, and customizing the operation of the various buttons and other controls.” The 378-page paperback sells for $24.95. A PDF version is also available for $9.95.

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The ASMP Guide to New Markets in Photography

The ASMP Guide to New Markets in Photography (Allworth Press) is a pragmatic guide that teaches photographers how to find a business approach that works for them. “An overview of developments in the industry covers the new visual needs created by the economy; the changing definition of what it means to be a photographer; shifting distribution of clients; the role of technology; and the role of copyright, licensing, compensation, and contacts,” the publisher says. Edited by Susan Carr, the 307-page paperback is available now, priced at $24.95.

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New G-Wiz Squared Cases & Cables from PocketWizard

PocketWizard has released the G-Wiz Squared case (£19.99), which provides protection for four of the new PLUS lll radios. With its movable padded dividers you can customise the interior to fit any combination of MiniTT1, FlexTT5, Plus ll OR MultiMAX plus accessories. The company also announced new cables for triggering Minolta and Sony cameras. The cables range from £24.99 to £54.99.

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Think Tank Photo Retrospective 40 and Retrospective 50

Think Tank Photo has announced that in November it will add two new laptop-carrying sizes to its “Retrospective” shoulder bag line. The Retrospective 40 ($210.75) is suited for pro-size DSLRs with a pocket for most 13” laptops and the Retrospective 50 ($239.75) holds pro-size DSLRs with a pocket for 15.4” laptops.  Both bags accommodate a 70-200 2.8 attached to a pro-size body.  The large front pocket provides an optional divider for an additional two pro-size bodies or for documents. “With broad appeal, the Retrospective series has quickly become one of the leading bag collections in the industry,” said Doug Murdoch, Think Tank Photo CEO and Lead Designer. “Working pros to vacationers all will find the Retrospective 40 and 50 to be the most useful and functional bags for a day’s outing.”

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Think Tank Photo to Release the Glass Limo Backpack

In November, Think Tank Photo will release the Glass Limo, the photo industry’s slimmest profile backpack for carrying “Big Glass,” such as a 600mm f/4 without body attached or a pro-size body attached to a 500mm f/4. “The Glass Limo solves a major functional problem experienced by sports and other Big Glass shooters, which is how to keep their large lenses safe while in transit and easy to carry into the field,” said Doug Murdoch, Think Tank Photo CEO and Lead Designer.  “This new backpack features Think Tank’s famous contoured harness with air channel.  Big lenses may be heavy, but they don’t need be a physical burden.” Additionally, the Glass Limo backpack complies with most airline carry-on requirements, thus allowing photographers to stay near equipment that is among their most expensive. Think Tank Photo’s Glass Limo backpack is priced at $195.75.

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RHS Photographic Competition Winners Announced

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has announced the winners of the annual RHS Photographic Competition. Josie Elias has won the first prize of £1000 and the title of RHS Photographer of the Year 2012 for the above image of an olive tree surrounded by tulips. Elias said: “We stumbled on the Iris Garden at Plantas Distintas in Marnes, Spain quite by chance. I was particularly intrigued by the contrast of the gnarled old olive tree and colourful spring flowers. I felt I had to capture the scene and was encouraged by the nursery owners to enter the photograph into the RHS competition. I am very excited and honoured to have won.”

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