Manfrotto BeFree Tripod Visits Cayman Brac

 By Andrew McLachlan

Review by Andrew McLachlan: “During my recent trip to the Caribbean island of Cayman Brac in the Cayman Islands, Gentect International the Canadian distributor for Manfrotto tripods was kind enough to loan me the Manfrotto BeFree, which is a small lightweight tripod designed for travel.”

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Photography and Interestingness

 By RoyceHowland

“Humanity takes millions of photos every day. Why are most soforgettable?” That’s the title of an article I read last year, and it
made me think. I believe in the advent of mass online social media and
sharing of digital photography, others are thinking about it as well.
I’d like to put out a few thoughts on something related to this question
– the idea of photography and “interestingness”.

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Are Camcorders Dead?

 By Jordan Drake

In the last few years we’ve seen still cameras start to develop very impressive video capabilities. Is there still a reason to buy a consumer camcorder? TCSTV’s Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake give their perspective, comparing the most capable consumer camcorder, Canon’s HF G30, and Sony’s RX10.

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