updated 12:46 pm EST, Wed January 29, 2014
Booq's newest Python shoulder bag has capacity to pack mirrorless camera with large lens
Today, accessory creator Booq announced its latest addition to its Python Collection for photographers, the Python Mirrorless. The top-loading shoulder bag has the space to hold either a mirrorless camera with a large lens, or a compact DLSR with a small lens. Comprised of a durable, water-repellent nylon exterior and densely-padded interior, the Python Mirrorless can house an iPad mini or other small tablet with its chargers in the main interior, and has room for business cards, an extra battery and wallet in its exterior side pockets and slip-in back pocket.
The shoulder bag features a quick-access top-zippered pocket designed for an iPhone, so users can grab the phone quickly when required. Its seatbelt-nylon strap is 50mm (two inches) wide, adding comfort while carrying gear. The Python Mirrorless is available today online through Booq's online store, as well as from various US retailers, priced at $80.
SenseGiz FIND Bluetooth tag trackers compatible with iOS and Android
SenseGiz, a consumer startup company, has released its lost and found Bluetooth-based tag device, FIND, which aims to track and find commonly misplaced objects such as keys, bags, pets, and more with its active tracking and manual search function, controlled with the FIND app from either an iOS or Android device. Tags are provided with a replaceable battery, with each having a six month long battery life.
FIND tags are waterproof, and can be tracked alongside multiple devices simultaneously. Featuring a strong alarm, users can find objects misplaced in their more immediate surroundings by following the emitted alert. Available now for pre-order, SenseGiz' FIND is priced at $25 per tag piece. The accompanying FIND app is due to be released soon.