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  • Category Archives Photo Gear

    One of my book readers, Tobias Gräning from Berlin, Germany, dropped me a note yesterday with a great tip, based on one of my tips in my Digital Photography Book, Volume 3. My quick tip was to make sure you download the free digital PDF versions of your camera's user manual because they're searchable, and you'll find what you're looking for a lot faster (I have PDF manuals for all my own gear). He took the tip up a notch by telling me about an iPhone application called "Good Reader PDF" that is designed to let you download and read these large-sized PDFs (larger size PDFs than you can normally read on an iPhone or iPod touch). You can see a screen cap above how the PDFs are listed, and then how they're displayed (it's just 99¢ from the iPhone App Store). You can't…

    You guys know I'm a Think Tank Photo gear freak (I use their Airport Security V2 as my go-to bag for most everything now, and their modular belt system for shooting sports. Incredible stuff!). Anyway, they gave me a special code to give to any of my readers (you guys) who might be thinking of buying some Think Tank gear, and if you input the code when you're buying their gear (for orders over $50), not only will they send you a freebie accessory bag thingy, they'll give me a commission which I will pass on 100% of that to the Springs of Hope Kenya Orphanage. So, you get a great camera bag, and a freebie, and you'll be feeding some kids on the other side of the world at the same time. Come on---that totally rocks! Anyway the code is AP-327, and just…

    I just learned last night that for the first time ever, B&H Photo will have their own live Training Theater on the Photoshop World Expo Floor in Vegas (the conference is coming up Oct 1-3, 2009 at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino). I'm going to try and weasel my way into their theater for a couple of demos myself (maybe of the Westcott Spiderlites or the new Elinchrom Quadra gear, or both), but since I just learned about it last night, I haven't confirmed anything yet, but I'll let ya know as soon as the schedule is announced. (Note: the photo above is of the Kelby Training Theater on the Expo floor). Also, just a heads up: I don't know if the room rates in Vegas have ever been less (well, certainly not since we've been doing our conference there), and airfares are…

    You guys have heard me talk about the Honl Flash Modifiers again and again here on the blog, in my Digital Photography Book Vol. 2, and in my annual Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide, and now you can see them in action. Commercial Photographer David Maynard stopped by the Kelby Training Studios, and I asked him if he'd do a live demo for my blog, so he took five minutes with my buddy Dave Cross to show us how the system works. If you're at all into off-camera flash, this will definitely be worth your time.

    Nikon introduced two new cameras today and some lenses: (1) The Nikon D300s As expected, it has lots of video features, including built-in HD video capabilities (720p), a stereo mic input, in-camera video editing features, auto-focus, and it has a dual card slot so you can shoot stills to a Compact Flash card, and send your video to an SD card. (Image shown above: courtesy of Nikon). On the still side: it shoots more frames per second (7 fps, or 8 with the battery grip); it has dedicated buttons for Live View (great for switching to video quickly) and the Info Screen (like some of the Nikon's recently released models), and a "Quiet Drive" mode for shooting in situations where you want the camera to make as little noise as possible (weddings, wildlife, etc.). Also, the D300s got the same Multi-Selector wheel as the…

    Last week Mark Astmann from Bogen Imaging came by our studios, and showed us one of the coolest, and most anticipated, new battery-powered strobe systems ever, and well...you've just gotta watch the video below to see what all the fuss is about (Note: this is the same kit that Joe McNally was using for his shot of the diver in the water last week at his workshop in St. Lucia). UPDATE: I just learned that the first shipment of these is due to hit B&H photo any day now, and they're acceptings orders right now. Here's the link to the "S" head two-head kit I talked about on the video, but you can find all the Quadra gear there by searching for "Ranger Quadra."

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