has the Lowepro Pro Messenger Bag 160 AW
available for $99.95 with free shipping. Regularly $174.95.
From Custom SLR: First introduced in an exclusive pre-release opportunity during Custom SLR's Air Strap Kickstarter campaign, the Hand Strap brings a new way for photographers to carry their camera with added flexibility and security. February 19, 2014
– Custom SLR, a photography accessories company in Silicon Valley, today launched its latest product, the Hand Strap, providing a new way for photographers to carry their camera without putting stress on their neck and shoulders.
“We are excited to expand our strap line beyond camera sling straps and continue to create products that improve the shooting experience,” said Ivan Wong, chief operating officer of Custom SLR. “The hand strap is a highly requested product from photographers who want the added security of a strap without having to wear anything on their shoulders.”
The Hand Strap allows photographers to carry their camera in their palm with a comfortable and secure grip. By keeping their finger close to the shutter button, photographers have easy access and instant engagement. With its added flexibility and security, the Hand Strap is perfect for those who are constantly on the move. Some other features include:
- Ergonomic fit and design
- Silicone prints on the back for better grip
- Made from a comfortable neoprene material
- Works with most SLR cameras with hand strap mount or battery grip
- Compatible with the Custom SLR C-Loop Strap Mount
- Easily transitions to a tripod with the M-Plate Pro + Hand Strap Attachment
The Hand Strap was first introduced through an exclusive pre-release opportunity during Custom SLR’s successfully-funded Air Strap Kickstarter campaign. The Hand Strap is now available to the general public for purchase on CustomSLR.com for $14.95.
B&H carries Custom SLR products.
has the Delkin Devices SensorScope 3 Cleaning Kit
available for $69.95 with free shipping. Regularly $104.95.
has the Rokinon 8mm f/3.5 HD Fisheye Lens for Canon
available for $239.00 with free shipping. Regularly $329.00.
Canon has not provided an abundance of information on the new flash, but the images now available on the Canon Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX II Flash Review
page will enlighten you at least somewhat. The new LCD control panel is an obvious major improvement.
You will also find a link to CPN's MR-14EX II page at the bottom of the review page. This page has perhaps the most MR-14EX II information found anywhere.
I have and occasionally use the Canon Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX Flash
. I did not get a full review of this flash completed, but will try to get the version "II" review done more expediently. B&H
is taking preorders for the MR-14EX II
Thank you for using Canon products.
The purpose of this announcement is to inform our customers of the details of the phenomenon described below, as well as of the actions Canon will take to address this phenomenon. Because we value the trust our customers have placed in us, we are dedicated to delivering industry-leading service and support for our products. We offer our sincerest apologies to any customer who may be inconvenienced. Affected products
PowerShot ELPH 330HS PowerShot ELPH 330HS
In some PowerShot ELPH 330HS compact digital cameras, there is a possibility that the following operation errors may occur due to insufficient contact between the camera’s battery terminal and the battery, even when the battery has sufficient power remaining.
- The message “Charge the battery” appears immediately.
- The power sometimes does not turn on.
- The power turns off during use.
If your camera exhibits the phenomenon described in this announcement, your camera and NB-4L battery will be inspected and repaired free of charge. If you own an affected camera, or if you have a question about whether your camera is affected, please contact our Customer Support Center.
Contact Information for Inquiries
Canon Customer Support Center
Check out Devin Graham's latest promo video for Mountain Dew called "Snowlercoaster."
It looks like Devin used Canon EOS 5D Mark IIIs
, an EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II
, an EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II
, a Glidecam stabilizer
and several GoPro
cameras to create the video. Want more information? Check out the behind the scenes video below.
From the Nikon Europe YouTube Channel
In this video, Carli Davidson shares her experiences as a pet photographer and how the Nikon D4 helped her capture the much loved images of dogs shaking in her book entitled 'Shake'