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This Company Makes Bombproof Cases For your Lenses

Oh you need to protect your $100 - $1,000 lens? Why not go all the way and make sure it's bombproof! The company behind these protective cases is called Mogomoto Prototype who specialize in developing product prototypes for your next big adventure. The Beta Shell lens cases are serious in protecting your valuable and expensive glass with water-tight and rigid polymer shells that are lined with shock absorbing visco-elastic foam. The Beta Shells offer complete protection from impact and weather conditions. You can check if your lens is supported by going to the Beta Shell product page which supports a wide variety of lenses. The Beta Shell cases start at $54. See some Beta Shell action below:

Source Beta Shell 


blueSLR Lets You Control Your DSLR With iOS Devices

blueSLR is a new company that are introducing a new way of controlling your DSLR using your iOS device wirelessly over Bluetooth using their dongle that attaches to the side of your DSRL. All you need is a Nikon DSLR, blueSLR's free iOS app and of course a compatible iOS device like the iPhone 4, iPad, iPhone 3G/S and iPod Touch. As of now blueSLR do not support other DSLR brands except for Nikon but will soon support the Canon brand. You can see if your Nikon DSLR is supported here. Your photos will be tagged by the built-in GPS module so you will know exactly where you've taken your pictures.

You can control the shutter release and auto-focus timing using the blueSLR app. You can now pre-order yours for $149 and expect shipping on December 20th. 


First HDR Video Using Two Canon 5D Mark II's

This is the world's first HDR video shot using two Canon 5D Mark ll DSLRs. The outcome is simply amazing, HDR adds so much detail and depth. Everything looks better in HDR (High Dynamic Range) wouldn't you agree? 

Source Soviet Montage


Canon 60D Announced For This September 

Canon officially announced it's new Canon 60D DSLR with an 18MP sensor, single DIGIC 4 processor, shoots still images at 5.3fps, 1080p at 24 and 30fps, 720p at 60fps in H.264 video recording with an articulating 3" LCD screen. The 60D's ISO range from 100-6,400, expandable all the way to 12,800. There is also a new feature that allows for in-camera video editing. Expected to be released at the end of this September for $1,100 (Body only) and $1,400 for the 18-135mm zoom lens kit.

Source Engadget | Gizmodo


Every Photographer's Geeky Mug 

If you're a photographer, you must have this lens in your collection. This Canon lens mug is an exact replica of the actual Canon 24-105mm lens, equipped with a lens cap, rubber grip and focus rings and even an auto-focus switch that actually works and switches. You might want to snatch one up soon before stock runs out for just $24.

Source Photojojo