New Gear and Accessories at PMA 2010 we haven't mentioned yet
Time to round up the PMA 2010 action and feature some of the new gear that we haven't mentioned yet, such as accessories, related gadgets, film cameras, and things of that nature.
The NX K-mount adapter is shown at Digital Camera Review - with the NX10 and the 10-17mm fisheye lens.
The GPS version of the Casio EX-H10, the EX-H10G will come out later in the year, after Photokina, with an opening price of around $400 says Photography Bay
Photography Review spotlights two Sony high-def Handycams in the HDR-lineup. Not to be confused with the phtoographic HDR.
Imaging Resource features three cool new products from the Sneak Peak - see them all in this YouTube video - it includes a unique bluetooth GPS solution, enlightened bags, and an external display solution.
The GorillaPod goes in a different direction - a magnetic GorillaPod.
New memory cards from Delkin and Hoodman are featured at Galbraith's.
If you feel retro and want to put a photofinishing kiosk in your living room, Sony has announced a number of photofinishing products.
A new 3-inch wireless live-view remote control is revealed by Pixel Enterprise Limited. See it via DigiCamReview.
New Camlink tripods from Fameart at ephotozine - they will be shown at the Birmingham trade show.
Power time for your flash? Dpnow features the Nissin PowerPack PS 300.
Version 5.1 of Phase One's Capture One is now out! More via Digital Photographer UK and many other places.
Bibble version 5.0.2 is now out - read more via the Bibble Labs forums. This adds support for Leica and Ricoh cameras and some older models as well.
Epson has a new (free) iPrint app says Photography Blog.
Kelby has a new iphone app for the Photoshop World conference and expo in late March.
Canon has announced three new large format printers in the IMAGEprograf line (inverse capitalization intended) :)
New papers were announced by Harman/Hahnemuhle - see announced at Insider.
Film Cameras and Gear
Chinois company Shen Hao is showing large-format professional film cameras with wooden frame (walnut or teak) - see them at PDN Gear Guide.
Among the Kodak action, there is the announcement of the EKTAR 100 Film in 4×5 and 8×10 - see it in the Kodak PMA press release at Imaging Insider.