Covering The Photo Beat; Memory Cards, Ball Heads, And Fine Art Papers Page 2

ARCA-SWISS Rm2d
The ARCA-SWISS Rm2d camera is said to be ideal for architectural, travel, portrait, and landscape photography. It is compact, lightweight, efficient, easy to use, and offers AIP (All In Plane) vertical shift in the focal plane. The manual vertical shift of +/- 15mm and the vertical shift of + 20-10mm takes place micrometrically.

Contact: (773) 248-2513; e-mail: arcaswiss@aol.com.

Cotton Carrier Carry-Lite
The Carry-Lite is crafted from 1680 denier military-grade nylon and includes a heavy-duty padded waist belt with a durable three-point buckle, a neck strap with sliding shoulder pad, a camera tether, and a holster. The belt adjusts from 20” to 54”. The adjustable shoulder strap helps to secure the camera and reduce tugging and the holster allows you to comfortably carry the weight of the camera at your hip. The MSRP is $129.

Contact: www.cottoncarrier.com.

Innova Papers & More
Innova Art recently introduced a few new additions to their fine art papers—FibaPrint, double-sided Décor Smooth Art, IFA 36 Photo Canvas Ultra Gloss 380gsm, and Decor Art ES 260gsm, an Eco-Solvent paper. Their Intelligent Print Solution (IPS) software program acts as a virtual studio assistant to save you time and money. This PC and Mac program is easy to install, features straightforward step-by-step instructions with wizards, templates, and drivers for all the popular brands of large format printers. Their JetMaster display system is a low cost kit that allows you to quickly and easily transform your images into lightweight gallery wraps.

Contact: www.innovaart.com.

Fine Art Decorative Screens
The Alan S. Maltz Gallery is currently offering decorative room screens that feature six panels of fine art photography, three on each side. Set into a painted, stained, or natural wood finish folding frame, the images are printed on high-quality art canvas and measure 72x26.5”. There are 17 themes available.

Contact: www.alanmaltz.com.

Corrections
In our recent review of the HiTi P110S PocketStudio (November, 2010, issue) the reviewer stated that in order to keep shooting while printing the user needed to disconnect the cable between the camera and the printer. In fact, the unit has a dedicated USB switch that can be turned off and that allows you to continue shooting while the unit is printing.

In the December, 2010, issue (page 104), we reviewed Ellen Boughn’s book Microstock Money Shots and inadvertently wrote that she was a “professional photographer.” Actually, she’s a consultant to photographers and a long-time stock industry executive.

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