Camera Accessories

Loki One camera rig review

The Loki One camera rig could be the ultimate accessory for today’s videographers; it’s been designed to tackle a need and sheds the weight and bulk of its competitors.

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How much photo storage do you really need?

From the cloud to innovative new external hard drives, there are plenty of photo storage options for photographers to choose from. But how much space do you really need for your archive? We run the numbers and show you how to tell…

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Stabilise your world with the GoPro Karma

The GoPro Karma stabiliser grip that we first saw as part of the Karma drone can now be bought as a standalone product. The small device enables you to capture smooth fluid movement cutting out the shakes and wobbles usually associated with filming handheld.

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Verbatim unveils new Store ’n Save 8TB hard drives

Verbatim has launched a new range of Store ‘n’ Save SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Desktop Hard Drives with up to 8TB of data capacity. At the same time, the storage maker has also unveiled its highest capacity portable hard drive, a 4TB version of its popular Store ‘n’ Go Portable Hard Drive family.

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Metz launch flash aimed at the mirrorless market

Metz has announced the mecablitz M400, a compact system flash unit designed for use with mirrorless cameras. As ever, Metz has produced the flash in multiple fittings and the new unit is suitable for Canon, Nikon, Micro Four Thirds, Pentax and Fuji cameras.

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ViewSonic VP2468 review

Tweet Buying a new monitor for imaging can be a minefield, there’s a huge amount of choice, but it soon becomes apparent that not all monitors despite the size and resolution are the same. The biggest issue for enthusiast photographers is finding a monitor that will accurately display colour and tone without breaking the bank. When it comes to digital images you also need a monitor that’s a decent size, 24” or more. Size really does matter as the scale will enable you to properly review your images and spot any flaws during enhancement process. It’s also good to...

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Tenba adds new bags to DNA Messenger range

Tweet Ten has introduced the Messenger DNA 10 and Messenger DNA 15 Slim bags to its DNA range of street bags. Both new Tenba Messenger DNA bags feature the company’s Fidlock magnetic clips and are made from water-repellent 600 denier Helix fabric and ripstop nylon. Aimed at street and wedding photographers on the go, the bags also employ a Quiet Whisper Hook for opening flaps silently, as well as a quick access top zipper. The Messenger DNA 15 Slim is capable of carrying a mirrorless or DSLR camera with 4-6 lenses, including a DSLR with 70-200mm f2.8 lens attached. The Messenger DNA 15 Slim price tag will be £120. The Tenba Messenger DNA 10 is aimed at mirrorless shooters and can carry a CSC with 2-3 lenses and a tablet. The Messenger DNA 10 price tag is £99. Both bags come in a choice of colours including Graphite, Olive, Cobalt and Dark Copper. READ MORE 10 camera accessories every photographer needs 10 quick street photography tips you can use...

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Fotospeed to launch Kaiser Vario ND Filters in the UK

Tweet Fotospeed have announced that they will be distribution Kaiser’s range of filters in the UK. There’s a full selection of filters that will appeal to a wide breadth of photographers and photographic style. Leading the line-up in the Vario ND filter. This enables photographers to adjust exposure times through a rotatable element. As the element is rotated the neutral density (ND) strength is changed.  This makes it an ideal solution for Landscape photographers who want to cut back on the kit and for videographers who need to keep a careful eye on exposure. The Vario ND filter reduces...

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