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miggo Has a New Line of Agua Storm-Proof Camera Bags


miggo has launched a new line of Agua storm-proof camera bags, all of which are available to pre-order on Indiegogo. The new line holds everyday gear alongside DSLR cameras, and there’s even a storage option for DJI’s Mavic and Spark drones. “This is miggo’s fourth crowdfunding campaign,” said Guy Sprukt, Marketing ...

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Amazon Honoring a $500 Pricing Error on a $2,200 Camera Lens


When major pricing mistakes are made by online retailers, purchasers usually receive order cancellation notices and apology emails shortly afterward, informing them that the absurdly low price was due to a glitch. But it seems like Amazon is choosing to honor a $500 pricing mistake. When Sony unveiled its new ...

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Ex-Bowens Employees Furious About Handling of Liquidation


The 94-year-old UK-based lighting brand Bowens surprised the photo world last month when it abruptly closed shop and went into liquidation, citing the rise of cheap Chinese brands and fierce competition. The death of a beloved photo brand is (sadly) not too unusual, but former Bowens employees in both the ...

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Hands-On with the RED Hydrogen One $1,200 Holographic Smartphone


At the beginning of last month, cinematic camera manufacturer RED announced that its very first smartphone, the RED Hydrogen One, was in production. In this 6-minute video, tech reviewer Marques Brownlee takes a look at a couple of prototypes of the new RED smartphone which the company sent him exclusively ...

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This Artist Turns Trashed Cameras Into Little Robots


“Recirculation Art” is an ongoing project by Southern California-based artist James Rauff in which he turns junked cameras into little robot figures. Creators writes that the whole concept started when Rauff was watching a movie and then decided to take apart an old Canon Powershot S410 to recreate the robot ...

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