Camera Gear Accessories Category Archive - Page 5

F-Stop Sukha Backpack Review

Photographers have an interesting dilemma when choosing a bag for long hikes. Camera backpacks are great at holding cameras, but they tend to be poor choices for comfort on long hikes. For some people – those who rarely need to trek with their camera equipment – a traditional camera backpack...

Lexar Professional Workflow Review

Lexar has been long known for making different type of memory cards for hobbyists, enthusiasts and professionals. Whether you need microSD, SD, CF or the newer memory card technologies like CFast and XQD, Lexar makes lines of products with different quality levels and speeds to satisfy pretty much every still...

AFT PRO-77U Internal Card Reader Review

We are continuing our coverage of memory card readers this week and this time I want to talk about my personal preference for internal memory card readers, or the ones one would have to install in an empty / available bay in a computer. Since I have always been building...

Really Right Stuff BH-55 Ballhead Review

Every once in a while I like going back and taking a fresh look at the tools that I have been relying on for years. During my last trip to Death Valley and the California mountains, I met a few photographers who I spent some time with, talking about what...

Really Right Stuff TQC-14 Tripod Review

I used to have a wooden tripod. It was not as bad as it sounds -- other photographers were always fascinated by the design, and it was sturdier than you might expect. Unfortunately, despite weighing 4.2 pounds, it had a maximum height of just three feet. Plus, it was bulky. I brought this tripod...

Think Tank Retrospective 7 Review

My experience with shoulder bags has not exactly been great up to this point. As much as I liked the idea of carrying equipment in a shoulder bag, that convenience of quick access, I've not found one that would serve the part flawlessly before. There was always something not quite...

Gariz Leather Half-Case for Fujifilm X-E1/X-E2 Review

Let's be completely honest - other than style, leather half-cases for mirrorless cameras serve just about no purpose. It really is all about style - not protection, not ergonomic improvement, none of that. Any change in those areas is, more often than not, unintentional. A side effect. So, when talking...