Protects your lens from scratches and fingerprints
Removes and absorbs ultra violet rays
Gives sharper contrast to your video and digital images
What our shoppers say:
very nice for the price
I have not used them yet, but they are great quility and i feel they will work great. I did put them on as soon as they came so i was sure they were the right size. BTW If your not sure what size your lens is look at the inside of the lens cap. Mine's 58mm, I thought they were 55mm.
Prevents accidentally dropping your camera or camcorder
Handgrip screws into the bottom of your camera
What our shoppers say:
A must have!
If you are serious about photography, especially on the go shots, this is a must have! Strap securily holds camera to your hand. I take alot of photos for an animal rescue group I volunteer for, Heaven Can Wait (www.heaven-can-wait.com), and securing the camera helps when taking photographs.
So I bought this because it was cheap ($5) and thinking that I didn't work I wouldn't be all upset. As soon as I got it I was trying it out. It worked perfectly. I haven't used the usb cable or the free download it came with. I have a Sony CyberSHot and that's what I need it for. Its just perfect. Delivery of it was really fast too. It came a few days earlier than expected. Its really easy to use and to store. I didn't have to download any software or anything. Just take it out of the package and plugged it into my laptop an Acer Windows 8. Nothing had to be modified on the laptop. After it plugs in you see the option to open the file\/memory card.
this tripod is like a foot higher then I am 5ft 7in so if your in big crowds and need to take pictures you can, it even goes over my uncles head and he is 6ft 6in obviously if your smaller then I am you wouldn't want to put it that high. It's great for a lot of things you even have the level bubbles so you don't get out of angle, if your doing far off cam shots this brings everything closer, even you point in downward and side to side. You will love it.
Compatible with all versions of SD/HC/MicroSD/CF/XD and MS/PROP Duo Reader/Writer
High-speed USB 2.0
Mac OS and PC compatible
What our shoppers say:
Not 70 in 1
I'm not sure how they can claim it's a 70 in 1 Card reader. It did read our Compact Flash Card, however, it did not read our large SD card which is disappointing. It does a good job for the CF card, but I would have been happier if I didn't have to go buy another reader for the SD card. I can only figure out that it reads about 4 cards total. The instructions weren't much help either, though they did list some of the cards it reads, certainly not 70.
I just zoom-in from 10x to 30x magnification to measure how close is it to see large moon in the sky so far in over 75 miles high...\n\nI just purchased this product as a gift for my birthday on November 19th so early at this time during Halloween on the 31st of October....
I purchased this reader because I needed to replace my Smart Media Card reader\/writer device that is obsolete with windows 7 and beyond. This card reader advertises that it reads 72 memory cards, just not the one I need it to.\nI'm sure it works well with sd cards etc. But I already have a reader for those.
**PROS**\n-light weight\n-cost\n-quickness of setting it up and professonal ways to move the deck with camera\n-level thing(yellow)\n**CONS**\n-deck is not level horizontally(read rest to see how to quick fix \"no constructing\")\n-joints break and will never go back\n-metal bends a little on very hot days\/bends like a paperclip\n\ni'm a quick cameraman and a recorder. when i buy a product i'll buy the product which gives me the most bang for my buck. so i have chose this tripod to carry equipment due to the hight and how it is very cheap i didnt want to spend alot of money on something that will hold a little camera for a few minutes not smart. i can easily transport the tripod with the little bag that happens to be in the same box the tripod comes in. CONCLUSION: great for standing and moving a little bit but not for rough enviornments\n\nFROM ABOVE: rotate a leg to the left when your facing the rear of the mounted camera or the stick is to the right. next lower the leg that is to the furthest left to level out the deck or camera
Inexpensive...recommend only if you're on a budget
I needed an inexpensive higher powered binocular for daily carry (something I won't be upset over if I break them) that's a bit larger than a compact set, but overly large and heavy....they fit this criteria nicely for me, so I had to give them a shot, and when they went on sale for 25 bucks, I jumped on it. I just received these today and went outside to check them out...high power will not focus clearly for me, while around 12-13X is still pretty clear. I did not notice any darkness or shadows in the field of view @ any zoom range. Highest power seemed to have a bit more brightness...if only they would focus @ full power. There are a lot of plastic components...everything on the viewing end, including the magnification lever. The neck strap has brittle plastic hardware, so beware of that when assembling it and handling the bino's. Also, it is nothing to take out in wet or dusty conditions, as it does not seem to have seals at all, so be careful with this one. Clarity is good for my eyes up to 13X, and very good @ lower power...it's a bit better clarity than my 8 x 20 Minolta has, so I may be keeping these Vivitar...time will tell. These seem like a decent pair of variable power binoculars for the price...just not very durable.