The A7 leather camera strap

The A7 leather camera strap

Photography hobbyists as well as pros are fond of prepping up their cameras. A lot of individuals investment their money to buy posh accessories to differentiate their tools from others.

While some buy things to enliven their dull gadgets, others on the other hand buy things to protect their investment.

The first thing a photographer usually buys is a camera bag. The one that usually comes with the camera is awful but it can serve its purpose. The next is camera lenses, flash, tripods and monopods and other camera accessories.

But people usually neglect buying a camera strap. This contraptions helps you with protecting your cameras by securely tying it against your hand when shooting without the help of a monopod and a tripod.

This is where New York startup company A7 comes into play. This company has a line of all-leather straps that is hard to pass up.

These handcrafted straps have a vintage appeal that would definitely set you apart from others. This was designed with older analog cameras in mind. If you are still fashioning the stock strap that comes with your camera package, the A7 would certainly be a huge step in quality and aesthetics.

The A7 is retailed at $65.

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Gerber unveils Steady multi-tool

MacGyver would want to have a gadget such as this.

Multi-tools such as the Swiss Army Knife and all other seemingly harmless apparatuses have flooded the market. The typical things that come with a set are a knife, pliers, screwdriver and a whole lot more.

Now comes the Gerber Steady. So what differentiates this gadget to others you might ask? Well, this contraption has a foldable camera tripod. Though there are tripods out there in the market that are small and sturdy. But I guess that none of them comes with a built in survival kit.

The steady is priced at $64 comes with a 2.5 inch serrated knife, needle nose pliers and a fine-edged blade. What it has that others don’t is a suction based cellphone mount. The latter screws onto the camera tripod. It has a solid construction and a nice heft the also provides you with a firm grip.

Imagine yourself going to an adventure trek with no bulky tripod that forces you to slow down your pace. At the same time, you have a tool that can basically safe your life when you are in trouble.

It also a Gerber product so it means that it was designed with quality and efficiency in mind.

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