Bron Imaging Group, Inc., (www.bronimaging.com) announces that its professional-standard, European Sun Sniper camera straps have been launched nationwide in the United States. Amateur and professional photographers across the country, who are serious about their camera equipment can now find the Sun Sniper Pro and Sun Sniper Compact straps to enhance the security of their cameras. They also provide back and shoulder support that is superior to any traditional neck strap on the market.
Sun Sniper wowed the photography industry with its innovative camera straps - the Sun Sniper Pro and Compact. Both were a revelation to amateur and professional photographers alike. The ergonomic sling design, anti-theft wire and shock absorber are just a few of the unique design features that have set Sun Sniper camera straps steps above their competition.
Now Sun Sniper is announcing two new products to add to its impressive line of camera straps.
The Back-Pack-Strap allows photographers to transform their current backpack into a complete camera carrying system.
The Strap Surfer allows the same transformation to courier or messenger bags.
The northern German manufacturer of
camera straps is now giving away 50 models of the new Sniper-Strap PRO to photo clubs.
Besides the approved features such as shock absorber, cutter crasher and insurance, the next
generation also comes with a ball-bearing stainless steel connector which is directly attached to
The SUNBOUNCE “BOUNCE-WALL” is a compact system consisting of a supporting arm, flexible bracket and replaceable reflectors; it is simply screwed into the tripod thread of the camera. With the “BOUNCE-WALL”, the detachable flash becomes a creative professional tool - and it only takes seconds. No more nonsense "over the ceiling flash" or unimaginative straight-ahead flashes: the “BOUNCE-WALL” frees the photographer from the light constraints on location. Expressive, indirect, illumination can be achieved without an assistant or much effort. With the exchangeable reflectors in proven SUNBOUNCE quality, the tone of the main light can be controlled - ideal for soft portraits and targeted lightening of foregrounds.
On Saturday, September 17th, 2011 the Boston Center for Adult Education (BCAE) will hold “Take a Shot: A Digital Photography Symposium,” the center’s first annual day-long seminar for photography enthusiasts, practitioners, or simply those wishing to learn more about the many styles and techniques involved in the art. Open to students of all levels, the symposium is designed to provide information and technique sharing through various interactive and intensive workshops taught by some of the most recognized photographers in New England.
Stan Tamarkin, renowned Leica expert, retailer and historian, along with partner Dean Bertoldi, award winning designer, professional photographer and marketer, are proud to introduce Tamarkin & Bertoldi Vintage Auctions LLC, an auction company dedicated to providing vintage photographic and horologic products to collectors and investors worldwide. Their combined expertise will be used to expand on the already successful Tamarkin Photographica—a rare camera auction business started by Stan in 1996. Stan and Dean will remain committed to providing personal service, appraisals and guidance to both sellers and buyers of their investment quality offerings.
The Tamarkin & Bertoldi Spring auction of rare cameras, lenses, and accessories will be held on Sunday, April 29, 2012 in Woodbridge, Connecticut. This auction will be especially attractive to Leica collectors because the auction includes a wonderful collection including a black Leica MP, a chrome Leica MP, and two Leica 250Reporter cameras.
Tamarkin & Bertoldi Vintage Auctions held their 29th rare camera auction last weekend which was held over two days. There were 549 lots offered and included vintage camera gear from Leica, Rolleiflex, Nikon rangefinder, and other famous marques.
Featured in the auction was a like new black enamel Leica M2 that sold for over $39,000 (including buyer’s fee), a 15mm Hologon f8 lens that was hammered down for over $15,000, and a 1937 Leica 250 GG Reporter for $6,000. Another extremely interesting sale was the mounted Minox Sales Display from the 1960s that sold for over $3,700.
Stan Tamarkin's rare camera auction on Sunday, October 30 will feature an original Leica Gun (Leica Code: RIFLE). It is complete and in beautiful condition. The pre-auction estimate is $65,000 - $100,000. The Leica Gun only comes on the market rarely.
Their next rare camera auction will be February 20, 2011 in Woodbridge, Connecticut. Featured items will be a Leica B Dial Set Compur, Leica 250 Reporter, black Leica M3, a black Nikon SP, an unused black Leica M2 in the box, a black Summarex, and many other rare and unusual pieces.