Cool Gadgets

 

Cool Gadget: The Phantom DJI

 •  August 29

The DJI Phantom 2 series of quadcopters is the perfect entry point for any person considering trying their hand at aerial imaging. They are a great...

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The Ziploc Trick

 •  August 1

At one point or another, when chatting with a nature ­photographer, the conversation will digress, and you end up talking about poor weather...

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Cool Gadget: The Instax Share Smartphone Wireless Printer

 •  July 30

Many smartphone users take tons of photos and post them on a few favourite social-media sites. However, most of us do not end up doing much else with...

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Easy as 1-2-3D

 •  July 24

No, the picture above isn’t botched, and your eyesight is just fine. This photo is an anaglyph—an image that simulates a 3D effect when...

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Full Circle

 •  July 23

Despite being nearly 20 years ago, I remember it like it was yesterday. It was Dec 14, 1994, and a personal matter had directed me to Edmonton,...

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ONA Union Street Messenger Bag

 •  June 30

The problem that I have with camera bags, is that, well, they look like camera bags. Often they are large bulky nylon beasts that that can be spotted...

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Attack of the 3 Legged Thing!?!

 •  June 19

If I say Brian May, Eddie Van Halen, Jimmy Page, Adrian Smith, Kirk Hammett and Eric Clapton, most of you will quickly make the connection that they...

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The Rogue Safari Pop-up Flash Booster

 •  June 1

The Rogue Safari Pop-up Flash Booster offerts a way to boost the power of the DSLR cameras' built-in flash by up to 8x its normal power, in a small,...

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XUME Quick Release Adapters Review

 •  May 27

If you’re like me, you have a love/hate relationship with filters. On one hand, I love the fact that they help me boost my images; on the other,...

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A Classy, Discreet Camera Strap

 •  April 30

I am not a fan of neck or wrist straps for cameras. I usually find them too bulky, cheaply made, and just a hassle to work around when holding a...

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