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    Get Your Gear Ready for Summer Adventures

    Last updated 3 months ago

    How many times have you grabbed your camera bag for a trip and realized that your battery is dead or that you’re missing an important accessory?  To get ready for summer, use our simple list to help keep you on task and ready for anything!

    • Pack duplicate AA or rechargeable batteries
    • Pack removable hard drive and WiFi card reader to offload images for safety
    • Pack additional media cards, USB cable and other accessories
    • Charge batteries completely before leaving
    • Don’t forget a lens cleaning kit!
    • If possible, try to keep your gear together at all times in a primary camera bag

    By keeping all your items in one location, you’ll be better prepared the next time you’re ready to hit the road.

    Receive a Free PUMA IP Elk Hunter Knife

    Last updated 3 months ago

    Receive a free PUMA IP Elk Hunter knife ($169.99 value) with the purchase of a MINOX ZA 5 HD Riflescope. Just buy the scope, download and fill out this form and Minox will send the free PUMA IP Elk Hunter knife directly to you.
    This promo runs thru July 31st and is for USA purchases only.

    Qualifying scopes are:

    Minox ZA 5 HD 1.2-6x24 30mm Tube 

    Minox ZA 5 HD 2-10x40 1" Tube

    Minox ZA 5 HD 2-10x50 30mm Tube 

    Minox ZA 5 HD 3-15x42 SF 1" Tube

    Minox ZA 5 HD 3-15x50 SF 30mm Tube

    Minox ZA 5 HD 3-15x56 SF 30mm Tube 

    Minox ZA 5 HD 5-25x56 SF 30mm Tube 

    Exploring the Basics of Underwater Photography

    Last updated 3 months ago

    There’s a whole other world under the surface of the ocean, and there are cameras designed to help you capture the breathtaking beauty only found underwater. Even if you aren’t much an ocean lover, an underwater camera will come in handy during pool parties and trips to the lake. To help you capture the best aquatic scenes, here are some of the basics of underwater photography.

    Use a Strobe or Flash

    Water absorbs colors such as red, orange, and yellow the deeper you travel. This is why your underwater photographs will look blue if you don’t use a flash or strobe. If you underwater camera doesn’t come with a built-in flash, buy an external strobe/flash to add color to your pictures. If using an internal flash, you may notice that your photos have backscatter, which may appear like dirt on your lens but is actually due to illuminated particles in the water.

    Get Very Close to Your Subject

    Water reduced contrast, color, and sharpness. For this reason, underwater photographers recommend taking photographs within three feet of the camera, preferably much closer. You will need to get very close to your subject in order for your photograph to turn out clear, especially if your subject is moving or hidden in coral.

    Practice Your Diving Skills

    Before you attempt to use your underwater camera for the first time, practice your diving skills. You don’t want to dive down and mess with your camera while you are still figuring out how to use your breathing apparatus and maintain buoyancy. The more comfortable you are underwater, the better your photographs will be.  

    Camera Land is proud to offer the SeaLife ReefMaster underwater camera. This easy-to-use, self-contained underwater dive camera has a 200ft depth rating and comes with an external Mini Wide Angle Lens for breathtaking aquatic shots. To learn more about the cameras and accessories we offer, visit our website or call us at (646) 789-4830. You can also stop by our store located at 575 Lexington Avenue in NYC.

    RifleScope Super Sale Opportunity

    Last updated 3 months ago

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