Holds camcorder body with attached zoom lens and other additional accessories
Removable shelves and flexible walls create a fully customizable interior
Padded lens/accessory sleeves and pockets provide superior protection
Side pockets allow fast access to memory cards and other small items
Internal Dimensions (L x W x H): 10.5" X 8.5" X 5.5". External Dimensions (L x W x H): 12" X 9.5" X 7"
Nice Perfect Fit for Nikon Camera / Camcorder / Lens
The Mithra SLR camera case is distinct, set apart from the rest. Camouflaged as a functional day bag, this gem has a removable DSLR padded compartment that allows even the most experienced photographer to take a timeless minimalistic approach to carrying their essential gear. Setting photography aside, the Olive is a roomy cross body bag for those in search of an organized day bag that fits small 8" tablets safely within.
Included is a removable padded divider, that is ideal for separating camera bodies from its accessories like strobes/flashes, and compact lenses.
The UT-1 Communication Unit With WT-5A from Nikon provides both wired and wireless network connectivity when connected to a digital-SLR camera. Simply use an Ethernet cable for a wired network, or attach the WT-5A for wireless, and freely transfer images from your camera to a computer or FTP server - or even control the camera remotely from the computer. The UT-1 and WT-5A are compatible with Nikon D4, D800, D800E, and D7000 DSLR cameras. With either an Ethernet or wireless network connection, still images can be automatically transferred as they are captured, and still images and movies already stored on a memory card can be transferred and saved to a computer or FTP server. The included WT-5A Wireless Transmitter makes it possible to oper
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December 1, 2016 at 11:48 pm
The book is a collection of underwater macro-photography of sea creatures and plants covering the seabed and the water from the surface to 40 meters deep. The writer takes us with him in a “virtual” diving voyage to the vertical walls of Greek Mani, the middle leg of Peloponnese, at the south Aegean sea. In his own words: “In the image collection the line of photographs is not completely accidental: I tried to make the pictures follow the eyes of a diver in the order that he meets the underwater scenery during his dive. First the shallow water animals, plants and algae, on the rocks, the sand and inside shallow water caves. Then plants and small animals of the intermediate depth zone, from 10 meters down to a depth of 15 -