The Icon SLR Camera Case offers you everything you’ll need for your SLR camera. Featuring padded lining for extra protection of your camcorder and accessories while on the go. The case is designed to fit your needs for storage with adjustable interior dividers to fit many camera sizes in addition to a zippered front pocket and mesh pockets to hold accessories or personal items. There is also a padded handle and an adjustable, removable padded shoulder strap included.
Monthly Archives: February 2016
If you’ve been following tech blogs like me, I’m sure you’ve come across reports of stores such as Best Buy allowing an early Nikon D7000 release. What do you think about this? Since there was so much hype for the latest Nikon D7000 and it actually delivers, retailers have been taking advantage of photography enthusiasts out there with such early releases.Best Buy knew what they were doing. Promoting an early Nikon D7000 release set them apart from the rest of the pack, as consumers flocked to them first, and now, as we all know, these hot DSLRs are really nowhere to be found. I’m sure a lot of you were thinking, “I wish I knew about the early Buy Buy release!” Same here. That’s why on this site, I’ll be tracking and discussing the best places to find the Nikon D7000.
If you’re a true Nikon fan, you know that settling for a Canon or a Sony just doesn’t cut it. Ever since the Nikon D7000 release was announced, I had my eyes set on this baby. Fortunately, there was some help I found online that pointed me in the right direction to help me find one. It took constant Google searches, and nothing but garbage would come up at first. Some of these sites kept pointing me in circles. One page might lead to another page on their site which has nothing but text about the camera, and on and on and on. It was so annoying. All I wanted was some guidance on where to look for this Nikon.Brick and mortar stores were of no help to me. Even the beloved local camera shop in my city was out of stock of these Nikons. Talk about frustration. Everyone on Amazon.com was giving high-praising reviews about the D7000, and I wanted to get my hands on one so bad. Who doesn’t want to be able to shoot in low lighting, especially with Halloween approaching? We all know that taking night pictures with your typical flash just won’t cut it. You need a camera that can do work with a high ISO and can still produce crystal clear images. And what about the 1080p HD Video Mode? I honestly can’t get enough of the Nikon D7000.