Photography Tips

Find a Must-Have Wrist Strap Hand Grip for Your Camera

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“A camera in hand is 60% more likely to be used than one that’s slung by its strap, 85% more likely than one in a shoulder bag, and 98% more likely than one in a backpack.” -Metthew Piers The best solution: when not in use, the camera with a nifty functional wrist strap stays in the camera bag worn in a cross body way, and it is securely attached to your wrist by the wrist strap when you do use it to capture something. Once you finish shooting, just put it back into the camera bag that you are carrying...

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10 Essential Photography Accessories While You Are Traveling in Holiday

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These handy nifty accessories can make your holiday trip more convenient, more enjoyable, and more worry-free! Extra Battery Never run out of power! Battery Storage Case (AA/AAA Battery Case, Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery/AA/AAA Case) Keep battery safe and organized. Extra Memory Card & Card Reader (Black, Silver) A backup is essential, never miss the opportunity to capture the beautiful scenes! Storage Pouch for Flash Memory Card Keep memory cards safe and easy to find when you need it. Dust Blower As a non-contact method of cleaning dust, you don’t need to worry about damaging the delicate parts of your camera or lens....

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Mirrorless - a large sensor in a small body

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A mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (MILC, or referred to as a "mirrorless camera") has an interchangeable lens without a mirror reflex optical viewfinder. It is designed to have the advantage of smaller size, lighter weight, and lower cost than SLRs, while users can still swap lenses, unlike most compact cameras. It will not break your bank or cause any type of myalgia - the best choice for female or less muscular people. The following is an illustration of the SLR. MILC does not have the mirror reflex optical viewfinder. The lights reach the sensor through the lens directly. Currently MILC has sensors of...

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