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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Kickstarter: Peak Design Everyday Messenger Bag and Field Pouch



Our good friends over at Peak Design has released their 5th Kickstarter project. Their latest project isn't another Capture Clip or strap. Instead, its a messenger bag and a pouch.

The Everyday Messenger Bag doesn't look bulky and expands nicely. The flap has a zipper to let you easily access your camera and lens without having to lift the flap up. And if you already own a Capture Clip, there are two diagonal straps on the side of the bag to let you attach your Capture Clip. There is also a dedicated 13"-15" laptop/tablet sleeve and document pocket.

The Field Pouch fits in both the main compartment and the front panel of The Everyday Messenger. It’s made from the same materials, contains 5 stretchy mesh pockets, and holds a lot or a little without losing its shape.

You can even attach Peak Design straps to the Pouch (via Hypalon loops on either side) and attach Capture on the front Hypalon strap. It becomes the perfect excursion bag for you and a mirrorless camera.

The Field Pouch pledge is $30 and the Everyday Messenger Bag is $195. Buy both together for $225.

We'll bring full review of the messenger bag and pouch when we get them in our hands.



Discount: As a follower of 1KIND Photography, you are eligible for a special 10% discount on ALL Peak Design products (excludes Kickstarter campaigns). Enter coupon code: 1kindphoto

Continue reading for full press release and images.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Review: GoWorx GoKnuckles for GoPro HERO



Overview : Hit the streets, surf, or snow in style with the black GoWorx GoKnuckles for GoPro HERO. Inspired by the classic look of brass knuckles, the GoKnuckles is a functional handheld mount with an integrated three-prong GoPro mounting interface. Your HERO camera can be mounted facing towards you or away from you, letting you capture yourself and others during action sports and adventures. An anodized aluminum thumbscrew with stainless steel hardware comes included for securing your HERO housing or frame.

Features :
  • Works with all GoPro HERO cameras
  • Handheld Mount
  • Provides secure handsfree grip
  • Three-Prong GoPro Mounting Interface
  • Aluminum Thumbscrew Included
  • Durable, waterproof and safe
  • Ultra-Portable size

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Deal: Amazon Prime Day



Don't forget, today is Amazon Prime Day. Amazon promises it will have more deals than Black Friday. The only catch is that you need an Amazon Prime membership, which is free for the first 30 days. Sign up for Amazon Prime and take advantage of Prime Day.

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Review: GoWorx The Original Handle for GoPro HERO



Overview : The Original Handle by GoWorx gives you a scorpion tail handle for capturing new and unique camera angles with your GoPro while providing better stability rather than holding the camera by itself. Not just for hand-held work, the Original Handle is free-standing, so you can rest it on a flat surface and use it like a mini tripod.

The Original Handle+ version features a rubber grip and a strap for mounting the GoPro WiFi remote so you can operate the camera while holding the grip. The Pro version comes only in anodized silver and gold.

Features :
  • Works with Any GoPro HERO Cameras
  • Constructed from High Strength Plastic
  • Aluminum Thumbscrew
  • Adjustable 550 Paracord Wrist Strap
  • Lightweight Design
  • Strap for GoPro Wi-Fi Remote

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Nikon Increased Price of Lenses?



It seems that Nikon has quietly increased the prices of many (if not all) Nikkor lenses in the US. No one really knows why the prices went out except for Nikon or maybe the long term Nikon rebates have finally expired and the prices went back to the original MSRP.

Nikkor AF line:
24-85mm f/2.8-4: $670 to $742 - B&H Photo | Adorama
80-200mm f/2.8: $1,099 to $1,222 - B&H Photo | Adorama
16mm f/2.8 fisheye: $899 to $997 - B&H Photo | Adorama
20mm f/2.8: $549 to $622 - B&H Photo | Adorama
24mm f/2.8: $360 to $392 - B&H Photo | Adorama
28mm f/2.8: $274 to $287 - B&H Photo | Adorama
50mm f/1.8: $120 to $132 - B&H Photo | Adorama
105mm f/2 DC: $1,079 to $1,197 - B&H Photo | Adorama
135mm f/2: $1,299 to $1,392 - B&H Photo | Adorama
180mm f/2.8: $899 to $1,002 - B&H Photo | Adorama

Nikkor AF-S line:
17-35mm f/2.8: $1,759 to $1,952 - B&H Photo | Adorama
200-400mm f/4: $6,299 to $6,997 - B&H Photo | Adorama
24mm f/1.4: $1,929 to $2,197 - B&H Photo | Adorama
35mm f/1.4: $1,619 to $1,797 - B&H Photo | Adorama
50mm f/1.4: $419 to $482 - B&H Photo | Adorama
85mm f/1.4: $1,599 to $1,697 - B&H Photo | Adorama
200mm f/2: $5,800 to $5,997 - B&H Photo | Adorama
300mm f/2.8: $5,719 to $5,897 - B&H Photo | Adorama

Nikkor DX line:
10-24mm f/3.5-4.5: $809 to $897 - B&H Photo | Adorama
12-24mm f/4: $1,099 to $1,222 - B&H Photo | Adorama
16-85mm f/3.5-5.6: $620 to $697 - B&H Photo | Adorama
17-55mm f/2.8: $1,399 to $1,537 - B&H Photo | Adorama
10.5mm f/2.8 fisheye: $689 to $772 - B&H Photo | Adorama

Nikkor PC-E (tilt-shift) models:
24mm f/3.5: $1,999 to $2197 - B&H Photo | Adorama
45mm f/2.8: $1,844 to $2,047 - B&H Photo | Adorama

Press Release: Canon Speedlite 430EX III-RT Announced Today



Canon has today introduced a new midrange Speedlite to replace the Speedlite 430EX II. There has been a price drop for retailers [Amazon | B&H Photo | Adorama] so this gave some indication that a new flash was coming.

This is Canon's second flash to support radio-based wireless TTL (the 600EX-RT being the other), which Canon says offer longer ranges, more flexible positioning, and no line-of-sight requirement like traditional optical wireless flash systems. Unlike its more expensive sibling, the 430EX III-RT can serve only as a slave. It can be controlled using either radio or optical systems. Also compatible with cameras that feature an Integrated Speedlite Transmitter, including the EOS 760D and EOS 70D, the Speedlite can be used instantly as an off-camera flash with output and power controllable from the camera menu.

The Speedlite 430EX III-RT is faster, smaller, and lighter than its predecessor. It which offers silent power recycling, has a lens coverage range of 24mm to 105mm, or to 14mm via the built-in adapter, giving the user a variable light spread to work with. Plus, a maximum Guide Number of 43 at ISO 100 provides enough power to light subjects in a wide range of conditions, with the flexibility to work alongside additional flashes using the radio or optical remote control system. The Speedlite also features a new and enhanced illuminated dot matrix LCD display and a multi-control dial provides shortcuts to the main functionality. In addition to tilting upward 90 degrees the flash can also rotate 150 degrees left and 180 degrees right. A catchlight panel is also included. There are now 10 custom as well as 8 personal functions.

The 430EX III-RT will be available in September for $299. A color filter, bounce adapter, and two cases will be bundled with the flash. You can place your preorder for the 430EX III-RT with B&H Photo and Adorama.

Continue reading for full press release.

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Deal: Dolica Ultra Compact Tripod



Amazon offers the Dolica Ultra Compact Tripod with Professional Ball Head in Black, model no. TX570B150SL, for $70.66. Clip the $7 off coupon on the product page to drop it to $63.66 with free shipping. It weighs 2.5 lbs. and features an 18" to 57" operating height, reversible legs, 4-position leg locks, and 12.5" folded length.

It's also available with a Built-In Monopod, model no. TX570B150DS, for $76.61 before the above coupon, $69.61 after coupon with free shipping.

Monday, July 6, 2015

Press Release: GoPro Announces HERO4 Session



Available from 12 July, GoPro has announced its “smallest, lightest and most convenient GoPro, yet.” The GoPro HERO4 Session action camera is 50% smaller, 40% lighter and will combine a meticulously compact design with a simple one-button capture solution. In addition to the fact that the Hero4 Session comes in significantly lighter and smaller package than the previous HERO4 Black and Silver solutions, potential consumers will also love the fact that no external waterproof housing is required as the HERO4 Session is waterproof out-of-the-box.

Even though the action camera is smaller, lighter, and more versatile than previous offerings but it still serves up backwards compatibility with existing GoPro mounts. That’s great news for those GoPro fans who have invested lots of dollars into grabbing accessories for their earlier camera versions.

GoPro HERO4 Session will retail for $399.00 and can be purchased from Amazon, B&H Photo and Adorama.

Continue for full press release.
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