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Peak Design Travel Line Now Available for Pre-Order



If you missed out on Peak Design's latest Kickstarter campaign on their new Travel Line Backpack, Camera/Packing Cubes, Tech/Wash Pouch, etc., you can now place your preorder through Peak Design's website. Shipping will begin in December.

  • Travel Backpack 45L (MSRP: $299.95); a complete system of Packing Tools. With a focus on versatility, organization, and access, the Travel Line aims to satisfy a simple design directive: no two trips are the same, so the best luggage should adapt to them all. It will come in Black and Sage colorways.
  • Packing Cubes (MSRP: Sm - $29.95, Md - $39.95) – Compressible, easy to access, and dividable, Peak Design Packing Cubes are available in 2 sizes. A tear-away main zip lets you access contents instantly, and an internal divider allows separation of clean and dirty clothes. An expansion/compression zip doubles available space or compresses clothes so you can fit more in your bag.
  • Wash Pouch (MSRP: $59.95) – Dedicated, easy-to-clean pockets for toothbrush and razor. Hangs or sits upright on sink for easy access in tight spaces. Unique folding pocket layout keeps toiletries neatly organized and easy to find.
  • Tech Pouch (MSRP: $59.95) – Designed to store small items like cables, cards, batteries, and travel essentials, Tech Pouch’s unique origami-style pockets create enormous spatial efficiency. Pack more into a smaller space, yet keep all items organized and easy to find.
  • Camera Cubes (MSRP: Sm - $49.95, Md - $69.95, Lg - $89.95) – Camera Cubes provide protection, organization, and instant access to camera, video, and drone gear. Securely mount Camera Cubes inside the Travel Backpack and access your gear via the rear or side zips. Tuck-away lids let you access camera gear from outside of the bag via a single zip, while a system of intelligently designed dividers allows for endless organization and customization.
  • Shoe Pouch (MSRP: $24.95) – An ultralight, durable, weatherproof pouch for shoes or additional clothing storage.
  • Rain Fly (MSRP: $29.95) – Provides complete waterproof protection to an already weatherproof bag. Rain Fly is made of durable, ultralight 200D.

Take a look at our videos:

45L Backpack with Camera Cubes:

Packing Cubes:

Tech Pouch:

Wash Pouch:

Rainfly:

Shoe Pouch:

Deal: Lowepro StreetLine SH 180 Bag



Today only, B&H Photo has the Lowepro StreetLine SH 180 Bag (Charcoal Gray) on sale for $49.95 with free shipping. Compare at $100.95.


Lowepro StreetLine SH 180 Bag at a glance:
  • Holds DSLR Camera & Accessories
  • Accommodates a 13″ Laptop and a Tablet
  • Wear Over Shoulder or Across Body
  • Side Pocket for Compact Umbrella
  • Collapsable, Interior FlexPockets
  • Exterior, Zippered Pocket Under Flap
  • Multiple Slip-In Pockets for Small Items
  • Wide, Adjustable Shoulder Strap
  • Trolley Handle Pass Through
  • Water-Repellent Nylon and Polyester

Press Release: Think Tank Releases Emergency Rain Covers and Lens Case Duo



Our friends at Think Tank Photo have released two new concepts in camera gear protection. The Emergency Rain Covers, that come in two sizes, are small, lightweight, fast-deploying protective covers you can have on hand when weather conditions change swiftly and you need to protect your bodies and lenses.


The Lens Case Duos are protective lens sleeves that can be used both when transporting your lenses in transit and while shooting. They are available in a range of sizes to fit most DSLR and Mirrorless lenses.

Don’t forget that when you use these special URLs you will receive free gear and free shipping on all orders over $50.

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Press Release: Gudsen Introduces Moza Air 2 Gimbal



As technology advances and new motorized gimbals are being released. Ever since the release of the Zhiyun Crane 2 offering the ability to carry 3.2kg payload, the competition to one up each other is heating up. Gudsen released the MOZA Air to match it, followed by DJI's Ronin-S, which can handle 3.6kg with new angled motor placement. Now, Gudsen has announced the new MOZA Air 2 which takes a whopping 4.2kg.


The new MOZA Air 2 weighs 1.4kg itself and is 100g lighter than the DJI Ronin-S (reviewers have said that the Ronin-S is a heavy gimbal), while the Crane 2 is 1.25kg. The 1.4kg MOZA Air 2 is heavier than its predecessor which weighed in at 1.1kg.

In addition to load capacity, the MOZA Air 2 has increased battery life over the MOZA Air going from 12 hours to 16 hours on a single charge. The gimbal can also power Nikon, Canon, Sony and Panasonic cameras as well. There is also a follow focus wheel on the MOZA Air 2 which seems to a standard these days. And it also comes with 8 follow modes. It seems like they're rather accurate, too, claiming a 0.05-0.1° deviation when in motion, and 0.01-0.03° deviation when static.


There's built in Bluetooth, 2.4Ghz wireless, and a USB Type-C socket. As with most gimbals these days, it utilizes the popular Manfrotto 501PL style tripod plate and will be compatible with MOZA wireless control system (iFOCUS, remote controller and thumb controller).

I have been following Gudsen's Instagram page where they have been posting teasers. Once it was revealed that it was the MOZA Air 2, they teased about pricing...the pricing is $599! It will be available for purchase starting today, September 17.

Overall, it seems like the MOZA Air 2 should be pretty solid and very heavy duty upgrade over its predecessor. There’s no word on a price or exact release date yet, but if you want to find out more, head on over to the Gudsen website.

In the mean time, take a look at our MOZA Air video and our review. We're going to try and get one to bring you a full unboxing and overview of the new gimbal.


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Press Release & Preorder: Skylum Software Aurora HDR 2019



You can now preorder Aurora HDR 2019, the world’s most popular HDR software. When you preorder, you qualify for a ton of bonus content. Also, use the coupon code “1KIND” at checkout for additional savings.


About Aurora HDR 2019:

Skylum’s Quantum HDR Engine harnesses the power of AI for a more streamlined editing experience than ever before. It reduces burned-out colors, loss of contrast, noise and unnatural lighting caused by halos and unstable deghosting.

The Quantum HDR Engine has taken three years to create within Skylum’s AI lab, and contains the vast knowledge of the development team paired with artificial intelligence to bring you seamless HDR editing, be it with a single image or multiple bracketed shots.

Skylum’s developers tested thousands of bracketed shots through a neural network, and used the results to develop the technology needed for creating incredible HDR photographs – whether it’s real estate, landscape, cityscape or any other type of HDR photography.

Here are the most essential changes:
  • New Quantum HDR Engine
  • LUTs support with 11 New Integrated LUTs
  • Photoshop plugins support
  • New HDR Smart Structure filter for realistic and artefact-free structure (can be found in the new HDR Enhance filter)
  • Presets are now called ‘Aurora HDR Looks’
  • Improved Adjustable Gradient filter with new sliders for Shadows and Highlights added
  • Improved HDR Details Boost Effect ( the photo is shown in high-resolution while fine-tuning the filter)
Offer Availability:

Aurora HDR 2019 is available for pre-order on September, 12, and released on October, 4.

Pre-Order Pricing:
  • Current users may upgrade at a price of $49 USD ($59 USD MSRP)
  • New users can purchase Aurora HDR 2019 at a price of $89 USD ($99 MSRP)
Pre-Order Bonuses:
  • Video Tutorial: Getting the Most from Aurora HDR 2019 by Trey Ratcliff
  • Landscape Photography Handbook by David Johnston
  • Burning Moods LUTs by Richard Harrington
  • Exclusive interior Aurora Looks by Richard Harrington
  • 3-month 500px Pro membership
  • $300 USD OFF a multi-day Iceland Photo Tours

Kickstarter: Lumapod - Ultra-Compact Tripod



We were contacted by a company called Lumapod about their new Kickstarter campaign for ultra-compact tripod called the Lumapod. They say it is the fastest tripod and quicker to set up than your conventional tripod...all it takes is 4 seconds!


Two sizes are offered: Lumapod Go85 is geared towards smaller gear such as smartphones and action cameras and can support up to 1kg / 2.2lbs. The Lumapod Go120 is for bigger setups such as mirrorless and DSLR cameras and can support up to 2kg /4.4lbs. The Go120 also has modular legs so you can add dolly wheels on it as well.

Lumapod’s Kickstarter campaign runs from September 12 through October 25. Its two models will be available for up to 50 percent off of retail sales prices for Kickstarter supporters.


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