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Panoramic heads can be very expensive – in the $300 to $500 range for “name brand” heads. Several designs for closer to $100 are available on the web, but look a tad on the flimsy side. Building your own panoramic head for an SLR isn’t too hard or expensive. The parts for the design shown here cost about $10. Every part here is available at a store like Home Depot. Once you get past some of the misinformation out there, the only really hard part is figuring out the dimensions. The downside is that the mount is only useful for a specific camera/lens combo. On the other hand, you can’t mistakenly mess up one of the critical adjustments once you’ve built it, and the homemade mount is as light as a couple small pieces of wood.
panoramic tripod mount...Make a Stealth Camera Bag - Wired How-To Wiki
Sometimes you need a fancy camera bag, with a tripod strap and little slots with which to pamper your memory cards. You need a waterproof hood, a padded strap and a big fat StealMe™ logo on the front.
Make a Stealth Camera Bag From Wired How-To Wiki Jump to: navigation, search The puzzle pieces await assembly. All photos by Charlie Sorrel/Wired. The puzzle pieces await assembly. All photos by Charlie Sorrel/Wired. Sometimes you need a fancy camera bag, with a tripod strap and little slots with which to pamper your memory cards. You need a waterproof hood, a padded strap and a big fat StealMe™ logo on the front.Pro Camera Gear on a Student Budget
Hivelogic - Podcasting Equipment Guide (2009)
Great article! Check out this guy's site for other info re. podcasting and audio
Great list for beginning, intermediate
So, if you’re thinking about podcasting and have no idea where to start, if you’ve tried recording using your computer’s built-in microphone and realized just how bad that sounds, and if you’re ready to get serious about creating great audio, you’re in the right place. My hope is that this article will assist you in building a recording rig that suits your needs and meets your budget.My Essential Kitchen Tools | Michael Ruhlman
Really interesting, tool brand recommendationsThe White Balance Lens Cap at The Photojojo Store
brilliant! thanks, AM!