Richard Bram

What's in Your Bag ?

David J. Carol asks a variety of photographers a simple question: What do you keep in your camera bag? See what he found.


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Epson 4900: Exceed Your Vision

The newly designed Epson Stylus Pro 4900 17” printer is literally built from the ground up, and exceeds all expectations. Although it uses the same top-notch technology as the Epson Pro Stylus 9900 series, less than 5% of its parts are shared with its big brother.

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Mini Review of Canon EOS 60D and Olympus E-5

Soon after I wrote my crystal ball gazing on the state of the industry in last month’s column, a friend told me he had purchased a Nikon D7000 because he could no longer “wait for the D800.”
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The Crossroads

By the dawn of the new millennium it was clear to all but a handful of diehards that the upside potential of digital imaging was far greater than that of chemically-based image capture, also known as film. One could, and did, argue about when, not if, the digital revolution would be upon us in full force.

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Epson Markets Stylus Pro Printers

Epson America (Long Beach, CA, www.epson.com) is expanding its sales of Epson Stylus Pro 700-series printers to a wider range of professional imaging markets.
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Sigma Corporation Prices New Weather-resistant Lenses

Sigma Corporation of America (Ronkonkoma, NY, www.sigmaphoto.com) has announced the pricing for three lenses that incorporate the company’s new, weather-resistant design.
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Canon Celebrates 60 Million EF Lenses

Canon U.S.A. (Lake Success, NY, www.usa.canon.com) recently marked the production of its 60-millionth EF lens. First introduced in March 1987, along with Canon’s EOS SLR camera system, the EF lens system has, over the years, featured a range of technologies, including Ultrasonic Motor-powered lens (USM) technology, Image Stabilizer (IS), Subwavelength Structure Coating (SWC) anti-reflection technology, and a super-telephoto lens that employs a diffractive optical element.
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iDC Photo Video Magic Slipper

The iDC Photo Video Magic Slipper is a compact and versatile version of the original Strobe Slipper. Designed by Bruce Dorn, this new device, like the original Strobe Slipper, is a rugged anodized aluminum unit that is designed to work with flex-head style speedlites, including most models of Canon, Nikon, Metz, Vivitar and Sunpak.
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Westcott Speedlite Kits and Magic Slipper

Westcott offers two Speedlite Kits designed for portable flash: The Speedlite Kits 2201 and 2202. The 2201 includes the Micro Apollo 5 x 8-in. softbox and Mini Apollo 16 x 16-in. softbox, along with a 5015 Shoe-Mount Umbrella Bracket allows you mount and insert the speedlite directly inside the Apollo and then rotate the speedlite head toward the back of the softbox to provide soft indirect lighting.
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Lastolite Ezybox

The Lastolite Hot Shoe Ezybox Softbox is designed to fit most manufacturers’ hot-shoes and tilt-head flashes. This softbox is available in two sizes, a 24x24-in. (60x60cm) version that includes two baffles, and a slightly smaller 15x15-in. (38cmx38cm) version.
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Quantum Softbox and UV/IR Reflector

The Quantum QFlash QF68 is a 12 x 12-in. softbox designed to attach to any model QFlash by removing the standard reflector and locking the QF68 in its place. This softbox provides a bigger, softer light source for close-up portraiture, and can easily be used on a camera bracket or fastened to an umbrella bracket for placement on a light stand.
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Demb Flash Bracket

The Demb Flash bracket is the most recent product from Demb Flash Products. Made from strong lightweight aluminum, the bracket weighs a mere 7-ounces, yet is strong enough to handle any type of flash.
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Photoflex XS OctoDome

New from Photoflex is their XS OctoDome nxt basic light kit. The kit includes the brand new Photoflex extra small Octagon shaped softbox designed for use with portable flashes, strobes or continuous light sources.
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Ray Flash

The Ray Flash (U.S. and international patents pending) is a unique adapter for your hot shoe flash unit. It is designed to provide you with the same lighting effect produced by a traditional studio ring light.
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