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Get A Grip On

Super Grip This supergrip will fit almost any digital camera made and is guaranteed to give you sharper pictures. How? You can't imagine how much a camera can shake when you try to hold it by its body alone...and we're not talking passionate reactions, here. Furthermore, your camera's autofocus system frequently takes the rap for blurred pictures that are really the fault of an unsteady camera...especially when the camera is forced to use slow shutter speeds under low light conditions.

And if you've discovered that your camera can take vertical as well as horizontal pictures, you know what a pain (in the wrist) it is to hold it in that position. A grip lets you balance a vertically held camera comfortably in your palm, resulting in rock-steady portraits. Once you use this grip, you'll never shoot without it again. (Its attachment knob is also bottom-threaded so you don't have to remove it from the camera when you use a tripod.)

Here's a tip: use the grip's integral flash shoe to mount a low powered video light (Sony makes a beauty) for subtle, close-up, fill-in lighting that your regular on-camera flash would be too powerful for. (And you can see the effects before you shoot.) CB-2 Deluxe Camera Bracket w/Comfort Grip. $39.95 plus $4.00 S&H.
SR http://www.srelectronics.com

 

Mighty Fine Adapter

Mighty Fine Adapter Every once in awhile, you find evidence that American entrepreneurship is alive and well. When Nikon came out with its CoolPix 900, Tom Malzacher, undaunted by giants Tiffen and Raynox, designed and manufactured what has to be the finest 28-37mm adapter in the world. It's so solid and well machined, you'd think it was made as a precision rocket part...actually considering how some of those launches have been going lately, it's probably better.

Then, to top it off, he came up with a 37mm lens cap that fits over the ring for just three bucks extra. For awhile, the craving for these beauties was so great, that Tom just couldn't keep up with the demand. But they're back in stock now and for just $22.95 plus $4 for shipping (plus an extra $3.00 for the cap), you'll own a piece of photographic gear you can show your grandkids someday and say "they just don't make 'em that way any more."
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