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28-Foot Camera Stand Gets You Aerial Style Images Without the Drone

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Not long ago we shared with you a clever trick from CheesyCam that took your photography to new heights by using a massive yet inexpensive 12-foot tripod. But if that wasn’t high enough for you, there’s an even taller option out there.

It’s a huge 28-foot camera stand, and it’s appropriately called the MegaMast.

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The GaffGun Helps You Tape Down Your Cables and Wires Approximately 29x Faster

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As much as wireless technology has all but taken over, there are still times when wires are unavoidable. And when it comes time to tape those cords down, you’re stuck wrangling them up, straightening them, initially securing them, then finally overlaying the tape.

The GaffGun is here to make that process approximately 29x faster – at least according to one of their demonstrations. Read more…

Steadsnap Attachment Lets You Simultaneously Use a Shoulder Strap and Tripod Mount

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For photographers who are constantly switching between using a shoulder strap and monopod or tripod, Steadsnap might just be the product you’ve been waiting for. It’s a small adapter that mounts to the bottom of your camera and allows you to connect both a mounting plate and sling strap at the same time.

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Refold: A Light and Portable Desk Made Entirely Out of Recycled Cardboard

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When shooting on-location, bringing your desk along with you can be a drag. What you see above could change that. It’s Refold, a portable standing desk made entirely out of recycled cardboard.

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FlashDisc is a Portable Softbox that Folds Up to Fit In Your Pocket

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The FlashDisc by Fstoppers is a portable softbox that can fit into your pocket when its not in use, thanks to a design that allows it to fold up in a manner similar to portable light reflectors. It allows photographers to achieve soft directional light in situations where larger softboxes are impractical.
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TaliaYStudio’s Photo Filter Pendants Combine Fancy Form with Photographic Function

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A rule of thumb in design is that form follows function; however, with these clever and colorful pendants, you don’t have to worry about a compromise in either department.

Created by Vienna-based design firm TaliaYStudio, these pendants serve as jewelry, but are also built to function as colored filters when placed in front of your camera.

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The Ultra-Portable fps1000 Can Capture Over 10,000fps and Only Costs $485

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High speed cameras that shoot thousands of frames per second are, in general, both big and expensive. But if you’re looking for a much more portable and much more affordable option, and you don’t mind trading in some resolution, the fps1000 might be the perfect ‘poor man’s’ alternative. Read more…

Joey Captures 4K, 360º Seamless Video that You Can Livestream and Share

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When imaging company Kogeto created Dot — a clever little system that gave the iPhone 4 360º panoramic video — little did the general public know that this was merely a stepping stone towards what they really wanted to create. Three years later, they’ve finally let the panoramic cat out of the bag.

It’s called Joey, and it’s a professional-grade 360° 4K video capture device with a seemingly endless list uses.

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Intricately Detailed Concrete Recreations of Iconic Film Cameras

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Artist Alex Stanton has a thing for photography, but he doesn’t actually take any pictures. His obsession with photography is focused on the vintage gear so many of us adore; gear he’s decided to preserve in extreme detail using a mix of concrete, bronze, copper, brass, patina, rust, iron, epoxy. Read more…

Authenpic Wants to Turn Your Smartphone into a Disposable Camera… Sort Of

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Remember the days of the 24 exposure disposable cameras? When you went on vacation or out with your friends, you could pop one of these cameras in your bag or pocket and walk out the door. You snapped one photo at a time, that’s all there was to it: no filters, no #trendy #hashtags, just single snapshots that you couldn’t see until you turned in the camera and had it developed.

For those of you who want to relive those days of disposable glory, there’s a Kickstarter campaign that’s right up your alley. Read more…