The image is from the Online Tradeshow hosted by PDN.
B&H asked me to pass along these deals on point and shoot cameras, all of which include free shipping in the US. Some of the deals are only good through Saturday, November 21. Hit up the links for more details:
PowerShot SD780 IS Digital Camera – $50 off @ $199.99
Canon PowerShot SD1200 IS Digital Camera – $20 off @ $179.99
Canon PowerShot A1100 IS Digital Camera – $20 off @ $129.99
Canon PowerShot SX120 IS Digital Camera – $50 off @ $199.99
Casio Exilim EX-FH20 Digital Camera – $50 off @ Price shows up when added to cart (It’s around $311)
Casio Exilim EX-S5 Digital Camera – $10 off @ Price shows up when added to cart (It’s around $105)
The Cotton Carrier is another product that is meant to help you with carrying your cameras around just like the Spider. Designed kind of like a lightweight vest, the advertising for the product will appeal most to wildlife and landscape photographers. However, it may also have some appeal to wedding or sports photographers. I used the Cotton Carrier while shooting in Central Park and while also shooting the recent Yankee parade celebrating their win during the World Series. My findings, after the jump.
The Spider Holster is a unique, new holster belt for a photographer. It allows them to mount their cameras safely and securely while enabling quick access should the need arise for it. It is great for wedding photographers, sports shooters, photojournalists, event shooters that carry a backup body amongst others. While I was at first skeptical, a hands-on demo quickly disproved my initial reservations.
During a quick visit to the Digital Transitions store in NYC, I got to spend some personal hands on time with some of Phase One’s newest products in a studio environment. Being medium format, the images are really quite spectacular. On top of this, using the equipment was very simple to do but is very much different from using traditional DSLR cameras. The experience is something that photographers would truly love.
How many of you out there can honestly say that your camera does more work than you do? With PhotoPlus Expo close approaching here in New York City and vendors prepping with meetings with all of us, it may be worthwhile to check out the education lectures and information sessions being offered. Of course, some cameras are more capable than others so there may very well be two sides of this fence that are well defended.
A rainy day may ruin your motivation to go out and shoot, but it shouldn’t necessarily ruin your camera and picture taking abilities. Even if your camera isn’t waterproof, weatherproof or weather-sealed there are still ways that you can go out into the rain and shoot to your heart’s desire. In truth, you can capture some gorgeous scenes while you’re out in the rain.