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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

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Gear to help make your photo adventures more successful

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Lexar Professional Workflow Reader Solution
The Lexar Professional Workflow Reader Solution lets you transfer photo and video assets from up to four memory cards at once with only one 3.0 USB port. The four-bay hub lets you mix and match readers to configure your own personalized Workflow Reader from formats such as XQD, UDMA 7, CF, SDXC UHS-I and SDHC UHS-I. Estimated Street Price: $79 (Hub), $29 to $44 (readers).


Photoflex MultiDisc 7-in-1 Reflector
Reflectors are one of the most cost-effective lighting solutions you can have, require no power and collapse for easy portability. The Photoflex MultiDisc 7-in-1 reflector is hugely versatile, with seven different panels including standards like white and gold, and a new SunLite color that's slightly less reflective than Soft Gold to prevent "blinding" your subject. Available in 22-, 32- and 42-inch diameters. Estimated Street Price: $85.


SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive
SanDisk's Connect Wireless Media Drive provides a pocket-sized storage device with a wireless connection for transferring and viewing newly captured images on your computer, tablet and smartphone with the use of the free SanDisk App. The Wireless Media Drive creates its own wireless connection, no external internet connection needed. Available in 32GB and 64GB capacities. Estimated Street Price: $79 (32GB), $99 (64GB).


Wacom Cintiq 13HD
The Wacom Cintiq 13HD gives you personalized control with 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity and tilt recognition of the Pro Pen integrated with the 1920x1080 resolution HD LED touch-sensitive dis-play. The Pro Pen, 13-inch HD screen, and adjustable stand are compatible with both Mac OS and Windows, and the HD screen stand can be used in a flat position, or set at 22, 35, or 50 degrees for optimal comfort. List Price: $999.


OPTICAL FILTERS
Even in the digital age, using optical filters to perfect your images in-camera can make a huge impact. With so many manufacturers providing a variety of options, there isn't space to fully explore the topic. Instead, here's a list of the top filter manufacturers to consider.
B+W (Schneider)
Cokin
Heliopan
Kenko
Lee
Pro-Optic
Singh-Ray
Tiffen

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