New stuff from Peak Design
I have been posting quite a lot about Peak Design products over the years, and it will not be different this time. Today, right about now, Peak Design is starting a short 5 day Kickstarter campaign for few new products. To be exact, a new version of the Capture (v3), a new pro Pad, and two new updated straps, the Slide and Slide Lite. All now also available in two colors, a silver and a black, to fit with other Peak Design products.
The capture is a holder system that allows you to attach your camera to your belt or backpack strap. I did a review of the version 2 from few years ago, so you can find my thoughts on that one here. You can find info on the last Pro Pad in the same review. The new one is much sleeker, lighter and overall just looks better.
I personally never tried he old Slide. But I did a review of a second product from the range, the Leash, which I still use. Still, I presume its similar to other straps on the Peak Design products, so high quality is guarantied.
The Kickstarter campaign is available here, and will be open until Nov 10th at 11:59pm PT. So if you would like to grab any of the new products from Peak Design with a bit of a discount, now is the time to get them.
(photos courtesy of Peak Design)
Low sun over Paris
I looked a bit through my old photo of Paris, and decided to edit one of the panoramas I took there already years ago. How time flies. The sharpness is not as good as on the photos from the 5D mark IV, but it still looks good.
This is a three shot panorama taken from the top of the Tour Montparnasse. I did three exposures for every shot, and then I also took most of the shot with my hand in front of the sun. Like this I could completely remove any lens flares that showed up in the photos. Combined in PTgui and finished in Photoshop.
And here are few details: