How many times have you wished you had more than two hands? The DSPTCH Camera Wrist Strap ($32) has come to the rescue! Constructed with Commercial Type III parachute cord, this all-weather camera cord resists mildew and water damage. Complete with a sturdy stainless steel mini-clip, this essential camera accessory is available in an assortment of different sizes. Say cheese! [source]
Meet the new Nikon Coolpix P510 ($430), featuring a 16.1 megapixel that captures all the angles beautifully. With a 42x optical zoom and highly advanced VR image stabilization feature, it never disappoints with the results. The camera also offers high-speed shooting options and a quick one-touch access to commonly used functions. [source]
The Sony Cyber-Shot TX200V ($500) is a camera that can go wherever you go! The TX200V features includes 18.2 megapixels, a 3.3-inch OLED touch screen, high speed AF, clear image zoom, and is certfied waterproof and dustproof. Available in your choice of colors, this camera is ideal for any of your outdoor adventures.
You see something photo-worthy and immediately take out you camera. You then take your position and shoot away. A smile beams from your face, satisfied with the shots you took, until you realize, "Where again did I place my damn lens cap?" Never worry about the whereabouts of your lens cap ever again with the Lens Cap Strap Holder ($18). The holder slides onto your camera strap like threading a buckle, making it effortless to incorporate into your gear. Your lens cap snaps onto the holder with the same strong grip that attaches it to your camera's lens; letting you shoot to your heart's content without having to worry where you last placed your lens cap.
Voted as the Best D-SLR Professional Camera in the 2011 TIPA (Technical Image Press Association) Awards, the Pentax 645D ($10,000) is a must have for professional photographers. Its 40 megapixel medium format CD sensor provides a top resolution of 7264 x 5440 pixels, making it ideal even for the largest of print sizes, without compromising the image quality. The magnesium alloy body of the camera is weather-sealed, making it an optimal choice for outdoor and location photography. Even better, this cameras lens compatibility works with new D-FA autofocus lenses as well as with older 645 lenses, ensuring a wide selection of Pentax glass for a wide range of results.
As a photographer, you never leave home without your beloved camera. But as you know, there are just places that you’re better off without it – unless, you don’t mind dropping it in a river or several feet below when you go hiking or something. DSLRs aren’t cheap by any means; and it’s perfectly understandable why you’d prioritize its well-being over yours (although you probably shouldn’t). With the Cam Crate ($50), you can throw away all your your worries (and even your precious camera, without damaging it) out the window. The Cam Crate is an element-proof casing (with a very cushiony interior) that shelters and protects your camera from just about anything and everything. It is water-proof (it floats, even), mud-proof, crush-proof, and drop–proof to summarize - it’s indestructible. One size fits most; it also features a quick-action door, preventing you to miss a good snapshot, and a lifetime warranty – because it was engineered to last for just that.
Capture larger-than-life images with the near pocket-size Nikon 1 ($650). You won’t miss life’s highlights and simple joys as you can take the Nikon 1 practically everywhere you go. Imprint moments on high-quality photos without the burden of having to carry a bulky camera with you. Creativity is unhindered by the camera’s portability as the Nikon 1 boasts of the latest in imaging technology – it is powered by the revolutionary CX-format super high-speed AF CMOS sensor. Every split-second of an event can be documented with remarkable precision and clarity via the 10fps speed when in autofocus mode. The Motion Snapshot also allows your images to be not just mere photos – you can relive the emotions as memories come to life via this feature. All these and more are what’s offered to you by the Nikon 1 – in full 1080HD, I might add.