Think Tank is releasing the new shoulder bag line Sub Urban Disguises in February, designed for the professional photographer seeking smaller capacity camera bags and amateur photographers upgrading their bodies or using one to two lenses along with their new body.
The bags will be available in four sizes and here are brief descriptions of each:
- The Sub Urban™ Disguise 5 holds a regular size DSLRs with one to two small telephotos or primes, or a D700 with a 18-200 attached. It also accommodates Micro 4/3rds, Leica and Sony NEX systems. Great for Strobists as it fits two to three pro-size flashes.
- The Sub Urban™ Disguise 10 holds a regular size DSLRs with two to three small telephotos or primes, or a D700 with a 18-200 attached. It also fits three pro-size flashes.
- The Sub Urban™ Disguise 20 holds regular size DSLRs with three to four small telephotos or primes or a D700 with a 18-200 attached. It fits four to five pro-size flashes.
- The Sub Urban™ Disguise 30 fits a regular size DSLR and two to four standard telephoto lenses, or a D700 with a 24-70 2.8 attached. It can also hold an iPad or similarly-sized tablet.
All the bags feature a flip top lid that opens away from your body, providing easy access to gear.
Think Tank is also releasing a new version of their multi-purpose shoulder bag, the Change-Up V2.0. This bag can change from belt pack to shoulder bag to chest pack via the harness system. In addition, many Think Tank Modular and Skin Components can attach to the waist belt straps. This bag can hold a standard-size DSLR and a 70-200 2.8, (detached), or a standard-size DSLR with 24-70 2.8 attached, plus one to three additional lenses.
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Have you seen the shot that captures the moment a baby grabs hold of a doctor’s finger just as she emerges from her mother’s womb? Read more at http://bit.ly/UOAEDQ
(Photo : Randy Atkins/ A Classic Pin-Up Photography via Medical Daily)
photo: Afghan Girl by Steve McCurry
At the National Geographic Society‘s an art auction Thursday, records were set for several artists and photographers, including Steve McCurry, whose haunting photograph “Afghan Girl” soared to three times the high estimate, selling for $178,900. Read the full story here.
photo: Nikon/National Geographic
If you enter one photo contest before the end of the year, let it be this. With The Full Story contest, Nikon and Nat Geo are soliciting shutterbugs to share stories that will make for great photo essays. To enter, they’re asking for one photo, accompanied by a >100 word paragraph about its meaning. They also want to see three additional photos, just to check out your photography chops.
The prizes, my friends, are more than worth the price of admission. (The price is free, but still.) Five first prize winners will be given Nikon D600 DSLRs with which to shoot their “full story” photo essays, and then one grand prize winner will be selected from among the five and sent on a National Geographic Expedition to the Galapagos Islands.
For more information, and to enter, visit the official contest page. Good luck!
Samsung announced today that their new EX2F Wi-Fi enabled Smart camera is now available nationwide for $499.99 ($50 less than the anticipated retail price when the camera was announced in early September). The compact EX2F offers full manual control, an f/1.4 24mm wide-angle lens, a 1/1.7-inch 12-megapixel BSI CMOS image sensor, and a 3-inch Swivel AMOLED display. With Wi-Fi connectivity, photographers can instantly share their shots via email or social networking directly from the camera. Users can also use the Remote Viewfinder app to frame shots on a smartphone or tablet’s screen.
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