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[28 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Canon DSLR Attached To RC Helicopter For Aerial Photography | ]

Aerial photography doesn’t have to be an expensive affair, as proven by Eric Austin. What that Texas-based videographer did was hook up his Canon 7D DSLR camera to a custom-built radio controlled helicopter via a tripod screw mount. The aftermath is a cheap way to get some aerial photography, and it can even record videos in full high-definition 1080p and relay back live previews of the footage via a 5.8GHz radio downlink. Not too shabby eh? The creator is even planning to include a GPS equipped auto-pilot feature in the …

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[19 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on Gorillapod Focus gets the Ballhead X | ]

Today, Joby is updating its cool Gorillapod Series, the Gorillapod Focus is able to support heavy DSLRs, up to 5 kg. (11.1lbs) and now, with the Ballhead X (able to support 5 kg as well) photographers will be able to pan, tilt and rotate the camera . I can’t wait to get one, now I’ll be able to shoot gadgets from crazy angles in low light conditions!
Featurs includes:

Supports 11.1lbs of equipment, cantilevered.
Full 360-degree panning and 90-degree tilt allow you to position your camera equipment at virtually any angle and …

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[19 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on The Gorillapod becomes Magnetic! | ]

[PMA 2010] We all love the Gorillapod, the small tripod with fun flexible legts that allows photographers to shoot at any angle. Today, Joby released its Gorillapod Magnetic featuring magnetic feet, just in moment for PMA .
Specifications:

Rubberized ring and foot grips supply additional gripping ability for enhanced stability in difficult terrain and won’t damage fragile surfaces like paint.
Intended for: Compact digital cameras and mini video cameras
Max Capacity: 325g (11.5oz)
Adapter: Universal camera adapter (1/4” tripod screw)
Size: 150 x 30 x 30mm (5.9 x 1.2 x 1.2”)
Weight: 74g (2.5oz)

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[29 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on Cruden Hexatech Racing Simulator | ]

We’ve seen many racing simulators in the past, and the Cruden Hexatech has certainly got to be one of the most expensive ones, chalking up a bill of $191,000. For that princely sum, you’ll get a simulator that is completely suspended on a hydraulic tripod, allowing you to simulate F1, NASCAR, WRC and Le Mans races. You’ll be able to receive feedback from the chassis, track, tire, suspension settings, drive trains, aero load, and all sorts of stuff. It comes with three 42-inch screens, but since you’re rich ample to …

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[15 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on Digidude tripod | ]

Are you on the lookout for a tripod after getting your first digital camera? Shooting in low light conditions or without a flash requires extremely steady hands to get a great shot in, but that doesn’t work for most humans which is why you ought to get a tripod just in case. While you’re at it, why not settle for something cute? The Digidude tripod is small adequate to hang off your keyring, and comes in an extremely cute robot cover. All you need to do is deploy the legs …

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[10 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on Gorillacam Tripod App For Your iPhone | ]

It seems like there is literally a never ending stream of iPhone apps being churned out, and next up is the Gorillacam, an iPhone app which is rather rare, since it’s coming from an accessory maker. It’s free, and will probably be good advertising for the GorillaPod, and fortunately you can use it even whether you don’t own (or use) a GorillaPod. The functions of that app are more geared towards tripod scenarios (obviously) and you’ll get functions like grid lines, press-anywhere shutter release, self-timer and many more.
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