The Alpine Pulse is a Bluetooth-enable camera remote from Alpine Labs that’s designed to give Canon and Nikon shooters remote control over up to three cameras from their mobile device. We passed it over to David Patino to put it through its paces for this video review.
June 23, 2017
If you’re looking to inject some smooth camera movements into your motion or time-lapse work, the Lynx camera slider is up to the task. Capable of holding payloads of 10 pounds, the Lynx slider features 24-inch carbon fiber rails with an option to double that length through optional slider extensions ($100). The Lynx is sold in three different flavors. The... More »
June 19, 2017
Sandbags aren’t the most glamorous of photo accessory, but they’re often essential to balance and/or weigh down C-stands and tripods lest they get toppled. The StandDaddy is an alternative to the sandbag that uses off-the-shelf weight plates (the kind you would toss around at the gym–if you went to the gym). Simply slide the weight plate onto the leg of... More »
June 9, 2017
The concept of a tiny electronic tracking device is no longer confined to the fever dreams of the Alex Jones set. For photographers hoping to keep electronic tabs on their valuable investments, it’s a very welcome reality. GearEye’s tracking device consists of tiny RFID tags with an adhesive that can stick to a wide number of surfaces and stay there.... More »