11 Results for

kata

Review

Kata DR-467 Digital Rucksack

Kata's DR-467 Digital Rucksack is an excellent choice for a backpack to tote your SLR, a few lenses, some extra gear, and a laptop.

By March 12, 2008

4 stars Editors' rating March 12, 2008

Pricing not available

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Kata Ergo-Tech Sensitivity V Backpack

A great camera-and-laptop backpack, especially for city dwellers and frequent fliers.

By April 4, 2007

4 stars Editors' rating April 4, 2007

Pricing not available

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Shoulders-on with Kata's camera rucksack

The R-101 is the smallest in its range, so it's the most appealing to the enthusiast who may have a spare lens or two, a back-up compact, and other bits and bobs.

By April 28, 2008

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Kata camera pouch gives your little shooter extra protection

Kata's Digital Pouch DF-404, part of the Digital Photo Series (DPS), is a point and shoot pouch which features unique TST Rib protection for your camera.

By October 30, 2008

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Inflatable camera case an idea that floats

Deflated, the Kata ABS-HD Air Bag is as compact as a paperback novel. But once inflated, it can house a professional camcorder or a dSLR and some lenses.

By July 23, 2010

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Shoulders-on with the Kata GDC R-101 camera rucksack

The Kata GDC R-101 is a padded, compartmentalised rucksack for carrying cameras and camera equipment. It's heavy, but very clever -- and we rather like it

By April 28, 2008

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The Real Deal 193: Road Test - CES edition (podcast)

Tom and Rafe discuss the gear they used to cover the consumer electronics show and how well it fared.

By January 14, 2010

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Five point-and-shoot must-have accessories

So you got a new snapshot camera, eh? Here's a quick list of essentials you should consider getting more sooner than later.

By December 16, 2009

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Indecent Exposure 68: Inky extents (podcast)

Calibration on the cheap, fun with focal length and back-to-back black contest photos.

By November 13, 2009

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Indecent Exposure 12: Indelible explosions

Photographing fireworks for a happy Fourth, putting pink in its place, plus the usual rumor and innuendo.

By July 3, 2008