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Westcott Flex Kit Review

Westcott Flex Kit Review

| February 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Sweet to see the diminutive, yet powerful Westcott Flex 2 panel LED Kit in our CityWalker shoulder bag. Levi Allen is British Columbia-based adventure filmmaker and founder on Leftcoast Media House. Here, Levi reviews the Westcott Flex 2-Light Kit along with the Westcott Flex Battery. Even though the Citywalker line was discontinued, you can still […]

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Why you might consider a convertible backpack

Why you might consider a convertible backpack

| February 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

Thank you, RC, we appreciate you taking the time to go over the Shapeshifter v2 for others to see! RC Concepcion goes over the new Think Tank Photo Shapeshifter V2 series – and talks about why you would want to consider a convertible backpack as a photography or computer bag. If you want to check […]

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How do you store your photographs?

How do you store your photographs?

| January 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Looking around the web at articles on storage and various methods of storage, I thought I’d share an article / review on the Synology NAS gear that I (back then) had for review and, (now, four years later) still use and really appreciate for many various things associated with my photography – mostly digital delivery […]

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Bill Nichols talks ThinkTank ShapeShifter v2 – Review

Bill Nichols talks ThinkTank ShapeShifter v2 – Review

| January 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

Thanks Bill! We’re not sorry that you have a camera bag obsession, honest. Find Bill online – http://www.nicholsimages.com/blog

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Rob Cianflone takes the Roller Derby around the world.

Rob Cianflone takes the Roller Derby around the world.

| August 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

After having his Airport International (along with a nice 400mm!) stolen en route to the World Cup, We sent Getty Australia sports photographer, Rob Cianflone, one of our Airport Roller Derby camera bags with him to the Commonwealth Games in Scotland last month, and has kindly penned his thoughts on our newer, bigger four wheeler… […]

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ioSafe Disaster Proof Private Cloud – Photokina

ioSafe Disaster Proof Private Cloud – Photokina

| September 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

We’ve had a sneak preview at the new ‘Disaster Proof Private Cloud’ from ioSafe, launched in time with the opening of Photokina 2012. The cool bit – they’re launching this one via IndieGoGo, follow this link to take a look and get your NAS first and cheaper than everyone else! Discount? Yes please! This is […]

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Airport Security and Sony HDV cam go travelling.

Airport Security and Sony HDV cam go travelling.

| September 7, 2012 | 7 Comments

A review of our large rolling camera bag, the thinkTank Photo Airport Security, by documentary film maker, Randall Morgan of MorganStar.com ..and not a stills camera in sight! Airport Security Roller I’m a documentary filmmaker, not a still photographer, and so I was a little surprised to discover a great carry-on for video gear at Think […]

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Shady Reviews the Slate Blue Retrospective 30

Shady Reviews the Slate Blue Retrospective 30

| July 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

Shady’s Retro 30 review About the author: Shady is a burro adopted 25 years ago through the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro adoption program. Although he was born in the wild and had not been handled, he quickly adapted to domestic life and now would happily come into the living room […]

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What’s in Martin Bailey’s Airport Security V2.0?

What’s in Martin Bailey’s Airport Security V2.0?

| November 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

Martin Bailey, English born, Tokyo based professional nature, wild life and portrait photographer talks us through what he has packed into his Airport Security V2.0 rolling camera bag. Here’s a link to Martin’s podcast (or skip to below the image to read on!) “I’ve just started to use an Airport Security™ V 2.0 Rolling Camera Bag from […]

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RED Scarlet and the Canon C300

RED Scarlet and the Canon C300

| November 4, 2011 | 2 Comments

Which are you? Do you even dabble in the video side of dSLR? Well, sadly I’d have to sell the car to pick up either, and I’m a stills kind of guy any way, but that’s some nice tech just there. What interests me a little more though is the ‘side announcement’ from Canon of […]

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