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your darkroom prints. If you’re interested in booking him for your camera club, get in touch with him via email@example.com (talks are charged at PAGB standard expenses). Handily, there’s also a free six-part video training course in inkjet printing available online at www.marrutt.com/printing- masterclass or you can screen his talk at your club via www.marrutt.com/camera-club – and watch his talks at other clubs.
John Read is one man who is well versed in inkjet inks and papers; he certainly knows a trick of two when it comes to printing. He’s managing director of Marrutt, distributors of Lyson and own-label inkjet inks as well as a range of inkjet papers, and could be making an appearance at your camera club soon. His talks expertly guide you through professional photographic colour and monochrome inkjet printing as well as getting the most out of
Buy the medium- format, 51-megapixel Pentax 645Z before 10 January 2015 and get interest-free credit. Spend £10,000 on the 645Z and lenses to get free credit for 18 months; spend £15,000 and get 24 months interest free. Available through Park Cameras, Clifton Cameras, Calumet Photo and The Flash Centre. CONVENIENT PNY Make your life easier with PNY’s Duo-Link On-the-Go Flash Drive. It’s small enough to keep in your pocket and has USB and micro USB connectors. Two sizes are available, 16GB (£13) and 32GB (£20). www.pny.com QUIDS IN X-Rite is offering £30 cashback until 31 March 2015 when you ColorChecker Passport. Or buy the ColorMunki Photo, a device for advanced calibration, and receive a GrafiLite accurate desktop light worth £50 for free. Details at www. xritecashback.com. Transcend has launched a 256GB UHS-1 Class 3 SDCX card for 3D and 4K. uk.transcend-info.com JOBY XL The XL GripTight for holding the iPhone6 Plus is TRANSCEND purchase either the ColorMunki Display and ColorChecker Passport, or the i1Display Pro and
π To find out more about John Read’s talks, go to www.marrutt.com.
Theperfect fit Think Tank celebrates its tenth anniversary with some new releases
at just £31. There are also two limited edition bags released to celebrate Think Tank’s tenth anniversary. The Airport International rolling camera bag (£327) features leather accents and panels as well as all the features of the classic version and can fit two DSLR camera bodies, lenses and accessories. The Urban Disguise Classic shoulder bag has also had the limited edition treatment. Available in four sizes, the bag is are built to protect your gear and come with a padded compartment for a laptop. Prices start
There are bags of new releases this month from Think Tank, starting with the Perception range of six new daypacks which are the smallest and lightest backpacks from the firm and are designed specifically for CSC kits. The Perception range is available in two colours and three sizes and features a water-repellent coating; prices start at £70. If you’re looking for a small, portable bag to fit in the essentials, a CSC with kit lens, look at the Digital Holster 5 which is small on size as well as price, retailing
If you’ve ever wanted to capture a perfect 360° spherical image or video of the world around you without having to move a muscle, then Ricoh had you in mind when designing its Theta m15. It’s an upgrade to the original Theta with the new version opening up the niche world of seamless spherical videoing as you can now record for up to three minutes. It’ll cost you a pretty penny (£270), but you do get a choice of pink, blue, white or yellow. Snap a sphere
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Photography News | Issue 15
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