Camera accessories


Reviews & hands-on

  • Gadgets 4 out of 5

    Vacion CineTrack Pro camera slider review

    By 6 September 2013

    Look around online and watch some video, it won't take long for you to notice that production values don't rely on hand-held gear. And that's where the Vacion CineTrack Pro comes in: it's a camera "slider" for smaller scale gear - such as phone cameras,...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Litepanels Croma review

    By 11 September 2012

    You might not have heard of Litepanels, unless you happen to be a professional videographer or photographer. The firm specialises in all manner of lighting systems, but for most people these solutions are far too expensive. But now, the firm is launching...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Steadicam Merlin2 review

    By 12 July 2012

    It's hard to overstate the effect that Steadicam has had on camerawork. Football is given a new edge by cameras that can move around on the pitch without any of the traditional shaking that comes with shoulder-mounted cameras. Movies that use steadicam...

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    GoPro HD Hero2 Wi-Fi BacPac pictures and hands-on

    By 11 January 2012

    Want to hear about more accessories to make the GoPro HD Hero2 even more awesome than it already is? Of course you do. Over in the city of Sin at International CES 2012, the Woodman Labs owned company was keen to show off the latest trick up its extreme...

  • Cameras

    Expanding the Nikon 1 system: Accessories and concepts

    By 22 September 2011

    Launching a compact system camera without a system to support it would be disastrous. Fortunately, Nikon has announced a full run of accessories and lenses for their new Nikon 1 V1 and Nikon 1 J1 compact system cameras, or as they like to put it Advanced...

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    Paul Smith on the case for the Leica D-Lux 5

    By 28 July 2011

    Anyone looking to spend even more on a Panasonic LX5 might just have had their day made by Leica who has announced two cases made by Paul Smith to go with the compact re-badge that is the Leica D-Lux 5. From somewhere between the English fashion designer...

  • Cameras 3 out of 5

    Jobo PhotoGPS review

    By 17 February 2009

    With Geo-tagging of images slowly edging its way into the mainstream, Jobo has created the PhotoGPS to allow regular DSLR users with a working hot shoe to get in on the action. But is it worth the bother? We go out and about to find out. The Jobo PhotoGPS...

  • Cameras 4.5 out of 5

    Epson P-7000 Multimedia Photo Viewer review

    By 21 October 2008

    This is the latest generation of Epson’s multimedia display devices and the Epson P-7000 Multimedia Photo Player takes what was an undoubtedly an already good product range and adds a set of improvements to make the kit even more tempting. The P-7000...

  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Lite-On cenOmax photo frame review

    By 3 April 2008

    One of the fastest growing gadget areas at the moment is the digital photo frame. Prices have dropped considerably of late and the most popular size – the 7-inch panel – is now the most affordable. The Lite-On cenOmax has a 7-inch screen with a 480...

  • Cameras 2.5 out of 5

    BT eFrame 200 photo frame review

    By 27 March 2008

    Digital picture frames have been around for some years now and come in all shapes, sizes and functions. With the technology trickling through to the masses, BT has got in on the act. But does this stand out from the crowd? The BT eFrame 200 offers a 7-inch...

  • Cameras 4.5 out of 5

    Toshiba Tekbright 7-inch photo frame review

    By 19 March 2008

    As the picture frame continues to go digital, Toshiba is the latest manufacturer to enter the market with its Tekbright Photo frame range, but can the television maker succeed at still images? We get viewing to find out. The Toshiba Tekbright photo frame...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Epson Photo Viewer P-5000 USB 80GB Multimedia Storage Viewer review

    By 27 February 2008

    Epson’s P5000 viewer provides a compact high-capacity storage and multimedia-viewing system, which, like its forbear the P4000, combines excellent screen quality, plenty of storage space, ease of use and tough build quality. And what you get is a tough...

  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Klikk camera tripod review

    By 18 October 2007

    Klikk is yet another approach to the traditional camera tripod, but does it work? We take a closer look. Made from the same material as Lego (ABS) the Klikk is a simple bit of plastic that attaches to your camera to give you a steady shot. At only 12mm...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Kingston 2GB MicroSD card with MicroSD Card Reader review

    By 11 September 2007

    It's all very well memory cards getting smaller and smaller, but that doesn't then help when it comes to connecting them to older devices like your laptop. One of the smallest cards available is the MicroSD card. Smaller than your little finger's fingernail,...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate 266X memory card review

    By 10 September 2007

    While CompactFlash cards are as about exciting as spending an hour in a small room with Johnny Vaughan, they are none the less an important facet in the professional photographers arsenal of kit. The Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate 266X is the latest card...