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The Trekking Safari Strap was designed to relieve neck strain often caused by carrying a heavy D-SLR for long periods of time. The strap distributes the weight evenly across your back and shoulders, allowing you to easily carry your equipment while also providing greater freedom of movement. The Trekking Safari Strap features two compartments for extra memory cards and batteries and comes with two sets of camera mounting straps and one set of binocular straps. It comes in one standard size that is adjustable.
Contact: Brandess-Kalt-Aetna Group, Inc., 701 Corporate Woods Parkway, Vernon Hills, IL 60061; (800) 621-5488; www.bkaphoto.com.
Cullmann’s Magnesit 532C Tripod
Weighing just 4.6 lbs, the Cullmann Magnesit 532C tripod features die-cast magnesium parts and vibration-cushioned carbon legs. It can support up to 26 lbs, has a maximum height of 72”, and can retract down to 25”. The retail price is $375.
Contact: R.T.S. Inc., 40-11 Burt Dr., Deer Park, NY 11729; (631) 242-6801; www.rtsphoto.com.
The Supreme CD/DVD Folio From Neil Enterprises Inc.
The Supreme CD/DVD Folio from Neil Enterprises Inc. is ideal for wedding and portrait photographers who want to provide their clients with a beautiful way to safely store their memories. Crafted from a rich, black leatherette material, the folio holds one disc and features space for a 21⁄2x21⁄2” photo on the cover and a 4x5” photo on the inside, and has a magnetic closure cover. A deluxe presentation box is included as well, all for a retail price of $23.95.
Contact: Neil Enterprises Inc., 450 E. Bunker Ct., Vernon Hills, IL 60061; (800) 621-5584; www.neilenterprises.com.
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