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Accessories Review Archive:

THE FILTER FACTOR

- November 2012 (Vol 6 No 8)

David Kilpatrick looks at physical, as opposed to digital, filters


 

CAMBO X2 PRO

- April 2012 (Vol 6 No 3)

Adam Woolfitt puts the Cambo X2 Pro to the test.

ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR ONE

- December 2011/January 2012 (Vol 5 No 10)

David Kilpatrick checks out what's available in the all-in-one office colour printer market.

EIZO CG245W

- November 2011 (Vol 5 No 9)

Richard Kilpatrick takes a look at EIZO monitors.

THE PRINT DILEMMA

- April 2011 (Vol 5 No 3)

What to look for when choosing an inkjet printer. David Kilpatrick advises.

SEKONIC L758D LIGHT METER

With the departure of Minolta, Sekonic and Gossen now share the market for digital flash and ambient light meters. David Kilpatrick checks out the multifunction on the Sekonic L758D, which most resembles the Minolta is design.

CAMERA BAGS

Lara Holmes looks at various options for carrying your camera. A good quality protective kit bag, that allows you to carry all of your kit, is one thing the freelance cannot afford to be without.

EPSON PAPERS

David Kilpatrick runs a series of tests for colour consistency in Epson's own printer papers, as well as those in the Harman Photo range.


EPSON STYLUS PRO 3800

David Kilpatrick tries out the high performance, no compromise Epson Stylus Pro 3800 A2+ desktop printer.

EPSON P5000 STORAGE

The Epson P5000 is a portable photo storage device. It's a hard disk with meida slots for transferring image files, and has a fine resolution 4ins display.

IPHONE (PART 1) (PART 2)

David Kilpatrick assesses the Iphone's potential value to the freelance photographer.

MACBOOK

Richard Kilpatrick examines recent offerings from Apple, including the latest incarnation of the 15ins Macbook Pro, OS X 10.5 Leopard, and the ultra thin laptop, the MacBook Air.

NOKIA E90

Convergence is something that every mobile computing manufacturer is aiming for. From cobbled together concepts to sleek and expensive solutions, combining computing power and connectivity is of utmost importance.

ULTRA MOBILE PERSONAL COMPUTERS

Miniature personal computers are of interest to freelances for their ability to run capture applications as if you had your desktop PC with you, making a versatile alternative to media storage devices.

 


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