Syrp is just about to release the Genie Mini as an addition to it’s family of motion control devices but I got my hands on one early to test it out and share with all of you. I have had the opportunity to use the Mini by itself and with the full-size Genie for a dozen or more time lapse photography shoots in the past few weeks and I was really impressed with the outcome.
Today on the Slanted Lens, we’re going to review the new tripod by Vanguard. It’s a 265CB VEO tripod. It’s a travel tripod and it’s a really great product. So let’s take a look at some of the features. The height is 15.38 inches when it’s folded up. That makes this a really easy tripod […]
Today on the Slanted Lens I’m going to be reviewing the Brixton Bag by ONA. I saw this bag when we were over at Samy’s. They make a great line of bags and backpacks. They sent me this one and I was very interested to see what it was like. This bag is a very […]
Today on the Slanted Lens I’m going to be reviewing the Roamographer Bison Bag. This product got me really excited when I saw it a WPPI. It’s from a company called Hold Fast and they make this series of leather bags with genuine Buffalo hide.
Today on The Slanted Lens, I am reviewing the Lexar Workflow HR2. This multi-slot card reader is the solution to a problem I have been struggling with for many years — spending too much time on dumping memory cards after a shoot.
The SpiderPro Hand Strap is now available for purchase. Visit www.SpiderHolster.com/handstrap Today on the Slanted Lens, I am reviewing the new SpiderPro Hand Strap. There are some pretty amazing features on this strap that work very well for me. One is the fact that it is cut so far back. I have had several hand […]
I am talking about Vanguard’s Sedona 45 backpack. This bag would be great for taking your camera equipment with you on a day hike.
I am going to talk about Rosco’s Vapour series of fog machines. They’ve replaced their 1700 and 1900 series with three new machines plus a hazer.
Today for our Slanted Lens product review, I am reviewing the new Nikon D810 lens and will do a side-by-side comparison with the Canon Mark III.
I am talking about Kessler’s new Parallax bar. This attaches to the last two generations of the CineSlider. It ups the production value of your videos. It keeps your camera centered on your subject while the camera moves down the slider.