Defeat Excessive Humidity with BRNO dri+Cap System

HP Marketing (Pine Brook, NJ, 800/735-4373, www.hpmarket
ingcorp.com) is marketing the BRNO dri+Cap system, a protective system that maintains camera bodies and lenses at relative humidity readings between 35% and 45%.
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New Photo Laptop Cases from Tenba

Tenba (Elmsford, NY, www.tenba.com) has expanded and upgraded its line of rugged, weather-resistant Roadie II Photo/Laptop cases. Roadie rolling cases allow photographers to take their equipment off their neck, shoulders and back, and put it on wheels.
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New SanDisk SDHC Cards Use UHS-I Technology

SanDisk (Milpitas, CA, www.sandisk.com) is marketing the SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-I cards, featuring Ultra High Speed (UHS) technology derived from the newly released SD 3.0 specification.
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Olympus PEN E-PL2 Camera Features Intelligent Enhancements and Bluetooth Capability

Olympus Imaging America (Center Valley, PA, www.olympusamer
ica.com) is marketing the new Pen E-PL2 camera, the fourth generation of its award-winning PEN family of compact interchangeable lens digital cameras.

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Russell C. Dohrmann

Back to the Future Morocco with the iPhone Hipstamatic

As a long time photographer and digital imagemaker, recently I felt that I had become stuck—blocked in my artistic endeavors, taking similar images over and over until I was re-invigorated by the use of the Hipstamatic camera app.
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Data Validation Solid Concepts for Practical Action

Most of us cringe at the thought of losing a single RAW image from our digital archives. The most basic safeguard is to save three copies of each file on two different types of storage media (for example, hard drives and DVDs), and to ensure at least one copy is stored in a separate location (think: fire, flooding, theft).
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Western Digital My Book Studio 2TB External Hard Drive

As image file sizes increase and photographers add video to their capabilities, the need for large amounts of storage space and fast transfer rates becomes more important.
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Canon Image PROGRAF iPF6300

It can’t fit in your pocket like Popeil’s Pocket Fisherman, nor slice and dice your vegetables like your mom’s Veg-O-Matic, but the new Canon Image PROGRAF iPF6300 gave me more features than a Swiss Army knife and dental floss combined.
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Ultimate Monitors for Photographers

What you see is what you saw. Unfortunately for photographers, when we view the capture on our monitor we are often disappointed that we don’t see the full range of color that we saw while we were taking the photo. With the top digital backs capturing in native 16-bit color and professional digital SLRs capturing in 12- or 14-bit color in the Adobe RGB color space, we expect to see a very accurate representation of the original scene on our monitors. But this is often not the case.
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Inkjet Tips: 6 Things To Consider Before Buying Your Next Inkjet Printer

Okay, you’re ready to buy an inkjet printer. Where do you start and how do you decide which is the right choice for you? There are many things to consider before taking delivery of any new piece of equipment, and with the number of inkjet printers on the market today, it’s not an easy decision.
With that in mind, here are six important things to consider before you buy your next inkjet printer.
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RAW Processing Solutions: Welcome to RAW Sensor Knowledge

The French software developer DxO Labs has launched a free, user-friendly website that puts photographers in the driver’s seat of assessing and comparing RAW sensor behavior. Called dxomark.com (www.dxomark.com), the site’s content is highly technical but it is absolutely worth investigating.
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