• Mission Workshop Rhake Backpack + Capsule Review

    Rhake hardware specs (starts at $365) External dimensions: 21” x 13” x 5” Internal volume: 1,350 cu. in. (22 L)…

  • The HEX Grid DSLR Backpack Review

    Are you looking for a “do it all” bag? Do you like a stylish but, functional camera backpack? If so,…

  • MindShift Gear – PhotoCross Camera Bag Review

    MindShift Gear launched a new concept in adventure photography sling bags, the PhotoCross.  As you’ll see on the features list, the…

  • LensCapTrap

    LensCapTrap Review

    Simple problems deserve simple solutions. One such problem that many photographers face is where to put that pesky lens cap, without leaving it behind or forgetting which pocket it in. LensCapTrap offers one solution, allowing lens caps to be attached via velcro to the camera strap.

  • Gordy’s Camera Straps Review

    Gordy’s Camera Straps are a fine example of what camera straps could be – natural, stylish, unique looking, and a far cry from the common nylon and faux leather variety emblazoned with the usual manufacturer names. In this review, we take a detailed look at the wrist straps and the neck straps.

  • BlackRapid SnapR20

    BlackRapid SnapR20 3-in-1 Camera Bag/Strap Review

    Billed as a 3-in-1 bag / sling strap / hand strap combo, the BlackRapid SnapR20 is a cleverly designed bag and strap system catering towards compact camera users. The main drawcard with this bag is the ability to use it in three different configurations – as a strap and bag combo, a sling strap alone, or just as a wrist strap if you’re really travelling light.

  • Vosonic VP8870 Photo Storage Review

    The Vosonic VP8870 is the flagship portable photo storage and multimedia device, for backing up and viewing photos and videos on the go. Julian Tan takes the unit through its paces in this review.

  • BlackRapid RS-7 Camera Strap and BRAD Review

    The BlackRapid RS-7 is a modular camera strap featuring a unique upside-down design, as well as the BRAD, an optional attachment that secures the RS-7 and makes sure it stays in place. Read on for a review by Julian Tan.

  • Review of the Kata Auxiliary Pouch (AP) System

    The Kata Auxiliary Pouch (AP) System uses a military-type webbing and pouch system to hold camera equipment in a versatile and modular manner. Rob Will takes us through a detailed review of the system.

  • Flash Bracket Fully Attached

    DIY Flash Bracket for Under Five Dollars

    Flash brackets allow flashguns to be placed off-camera and help eliminate the dreaded deer-in-headlights look.
    Here’s how to make your own Flash Bracket for under $5.