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  • crumpler bags on sale

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    If you’re looking for a new bag for you camera, you can’t go wrong with a Crumpler. And right now you can get the bags for more than 40% off at Sierra Trading Post (and it’s a great color). Hurry, their stuff sells out fast. Crumpler Four Million Dollar Photo Bag for $34.95 and the Two Million Dollar Photo Bag for $19.95

    Friday 25th January 2008 - 2:29:50 PM | Comments (2)

  • acme made

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    Cool pink and black camera bag from acme made.

    Far from basic black nylon, this leather camera case has a sleek exterior. When unzipped, the case opens to a microsuede lined interior with multiple pockets and fasteners for everything from a digital camera to the memory card, the charger, and a USB cable for downloads on the go. Choices for the exterior include pretty, pebble pink leather or a sleek black perforated leather. $55

    Thursday 5th April 2007 - 12:26:59 PM | Comment

  • quik pod

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    A new addition to the array of clever (and little) tripods for your digital cam. The quik pod is the equivalent of having super long arms to hold your camera for self-portraits or any other hard to reach shot.

    Monday 2nd April 2007 - 2:05:07 PM | Comment (1)

  • sidekick bag

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    New sidekick camera bag design from lomography.com.

    This special edition bag has been handcrafted in Egypt of fine pebble-grain leather – and is lined in 100% cotton canvas. Its 2-in-1 design – a Camera bag attached to a Large storage bag – allows you to wear both parts separately or together. The Large bag holds a laptop, records, etc – while the Camera Bag transports two LC-A-sized cameras or one Holga or compact DV cam with ease. An adjustable cotton shoulder strap keeps everything securely mounted and comfortable. The elegant dark brown & orange color scheme tops everything off with a heavy touch of class.

    Wednesday 6th December 2006 - 3:22:46 PM | Comment

  • vollet picturemate

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    Industrial Facility and Epson release the sleek new Vollet Picturemate photo printer. Via Reluct.

    Thursday 19th October 2006 - 1:52:12 PM | Comment

  • readymade ideas

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    Just finished reading through the latest ReadyMade magazine. Get your hands on a copy to see how to make these cool framed corkboards to hang your pics and art.

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    And check out these instructions for a DIY ring flash using a plain old circular fluorescent bulb. Brilliant!

    Tuesday 10th October 2006 - 3:30:19 PM | Comments (2)

  • flight 001 camera bags

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    Some bags for your digital camera from flight 001. The digi-camera ($32) and (slightly smaller) digi photo ($28)
    both feature carabineer hook, memory card/ battery pocket, built in raincoat and padded casing.

    Friday 22nd September 2006 - 1:50:13 PM | Comment

  • tiny color flash

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    Love these tiny color flashes that you can attach to your cellphone camera or point-and-shoot. Also a fun little mirror that you can attach to take better self-portraits. Read more over on Popgadget.

    Wednesday 2nd August 2006 - 2:07:23 PM | Comment (1)

  • camera pocket

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    I’m often just throwing my naked little point-and-shoot in my bag and who knows what happens to it in there. This camera pocket from Gyms Pacific (they make some cool laptop bags, too) is the simple, inexpensive case I need to protect it from the junk in my bag.

    Comes in an array of colors (black, milk grey, dark grey, tangerine, bluebell and blue). Available in three sizes: Small 3.5″ X 5.5″ x 0.5″ – $16.95, Medium 3.75″ x 5.75″ x 0.5″ – $17.95, Large 4″ x 6″ x 0.5″ – $18.95.

    Tuesday 20th June 2006 - 1:26:47 PM | Comments (3)

  • trypod

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    I’ve been wanting to get the gorillapod for a while now, and just haven’t gotten around to it. The folks over at photojojo have this review comparing two mini tripods for your point-and-shoot, the gorillapod and the bottle cap tripod. Check it out!

    (pics from photojojo)

    Friday 14th April 2006 - 1:14:20 PM | Comment