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CameraPunk Wants to Help You Steampunk-ify Your Camera Gear

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If the steampunk sci-fi sub-genre is something you take interest in, the CameraPunk camera accessory lineup is right up your alley. As the name suggests, it’s a collection of steampunk-inspired accessories designed for a very unique niche of photographers.
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PowerPole Extends Your GoPro’s Reach While Adding 5x the Battery Life as a Power Source

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There are times when two completely separate products make even more sense when brought together as one. Such is the case for Polar Pro’s PowerPole, a GoPro extension pole with a built-in equivalent of 5 GoPro batteries. Currently in its crowdfunding stage, the Kickstarter has already amassed its funding goal meaning this beast is about to become a reality.
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This Stylish Leather Tassel is Actually a USB Charging Cable in Disguise

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Looking for a fashionable way to always have a Lightning or MicroUSB charging cable at hand? Look no further than this sleek tassel — it’s actually a compact charging cable in disguise!
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A Rundown of the Photo-Related Features in Apple’s Exciting New Watch

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After unveiling Apple’s latest lineup of iPhones, Tim Cook got back up on the Apple stage and said the now-iconic words that Steve Jobs became known for, “one more thing…”

That one more thing was Apple Watch, affectionately referred to as Watch if you like symbols. And while a watch is traditionally more of a fashion accessory than a functional tool for photographers, the wrist-worn device definitely has some neat photography-related capabilities.

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Mamiya Leaf Jumps Into the CMOS Medium Format Battle with the New Leaf Credo 50

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The battle of the CMOS-sensored medium format cameras continues! Earlier today, Mamiya Leaf jumped into the fray when it announced the brand new Leaf Credo 50, a medium format digital back that boasts Sony’s very popular 50-megapixel CMOS sensor.

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Leica’s LCD-Less Rangefinder Makes Brief Cameo On Leica Website As the ‘M Edition 60′

Screenshot of the listing captured by Leica Rumors.

Screenshot of the listing captured by Leica Rumors.

Two weeks ago we shared with you a rumor that Leica is set to release a limited edition digital rangefinder without an LCD. Today, we’ve learned that this beast is very likely the real deal, with a new “Leica M Edition 60” listing showing up on Leica’s German site for a short period of time before being taken down. Read more…

The Selfie Brush: New Heights for the Brush Industry, New Lows for Humanity

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Give the Selfie Brush its due, it is probably the first substantial improvement in brushing technology since those gooey, gel-filled handles. Unfortunately, it’s also a brush — a vanity object in and of itself — that is built to facilitate instant post-brush selfie taking… Read more…

Lomography Unveils the LC-A 120: ‘The World’s Most Compact Fully-Automatic 120 Camera’

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Lomography has officially announced the LC-A 120, a 120 film model of its successful 35mm LC-A+ and LC-Wide cameras. Small and automatic, Lomography has officially deemed this little guy, “the world’s smallest fully-automatic 120 film camera.” Read more…

Movpak: Part Gear Bag, Part Electric Skateboard, Part Charging Station, All Awesome

It may have never crossed your mind, but what if you could ride your camera bag around town? What if, instead of carrying it, it carried you at up to 15mph for up to 9 miles, maybe even charging some of your small devices as you went?

Well, that’s exactly what the Movpak — part bag, part remote-controlled skateboard, part charging station — does. Read more…

“Why I Want to Switch to Nikon, But Can’t”: Tony Northrup Throws Gas on the Canikon Debate

Photographer and educator Tony Northrop is stirring the pot again, offering a bit of education on a hotly debated topic. Don’t worry though, this isn’t about crop factor… it’s arguably worse.

This time, he’s taking a well-informed, in-depth look at the Canikon debate, meticulously going through the comparisons between each companies lineup of camera bodies, lenses, and flashes, and explaining why he will continue shooting Canon, despite wanting to make the switch to Nikon. Read more…