Adidas releases shoe made from ocean plastic
Adidas and Parley for the Oceans have teamed up to produce a shoe made from recycled ocean plastic. 7,000 pairs will be manufactured and sold for an MSRP of $220 in the first initial batch this November. The plastic is collected from the waters surrounding the Maldives and 95 percent of the upper will be made from the recycled ocean plastic.
TRT-Electronics releases the Turtle TTL strobe trigger
Trt-Electronics has launched the Turtle TTL strobe trigger. According to the manufacturer it is the world’s smallest hotshoe mounted full-featured TTL rechargeable electronic strobe trigger. It is available for Nikon and Canon camera and adds the option of rear curtain sync to older Canon models.
The Azores with Nikon’s D500 by Don Silcock
Issue 93 of Underwater Photography magazine available
Underwater Photography (UwP) magazine issue 93 is now available to download. The November December issue features articles about the Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest results, shark photography and ramblings in the UK’s South West. Reviewed equipment includes the Cinebags CB70, Nauticam NA-GX85, i-Divesite Symbiosis and the Canon 8-15mm EF lens.
Last chance to enter the National Geographic Photographer of the Year contest
Final entries into the National Geographic Photographer of the Year 2016 competition will be accepted until 12pm ET tomorrow (November 4). There are four categories (animal portraits, landscape, action, and environmental issues) that will have three (3) winners each. Grand Prize is a 10-day trip for two to the Galapagos Islands.
Coconut Octopus in the Daily Mail
Adobe announces updates at MAX convention
Adobe are currently hosting their annual MAX convention in the San Diego Convention Center. The event is traditionally the time when Adobe announces updates to its existing products, and gives a taste of the things the company are working on for the future. They have announced updates to the Creative Cloud, including Photoshop CC and Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC.
Olympus announces OM-D E-M1 Mark II
Olympus has announced details of their OM-D E-M1 Mark II mirrorless camera. It features a 20.4 MP sensor with 121 on chip phase and contrast AF sensors. Image processing is via a new TruePic VIII Image Processor and its native ISO range is up to 6400. It has 5 axis image stabilization in both still and video modes, with the latter being available at full 4K resolution at 24p. Olympus will offer a housing for the camera too.
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