The GoPro Hero 3 Gets Some Serious Love with Polar Pro Filters’ New Accessory

Polar Pro Filter's new GoPro Hero 3 Filter Accessory

People love their GoPro cameras. They are unique little cameras that have the ability to adapt to almost any shooting condition and make sure that you get the shot. Great for action sports coverage and numerous other situations, one thing that almost always is needed is a good filter to make sure it makes the mountain scene really pops or that the underwater clip looks less blue and more like real life.

Polar Pro Filters has an excellent solution for just these kind of shooting problems, and right now you can dive in with them and get their new Hero 3 Cube Filter kickstarted into the market. Choosing from one of their many pledge options starting at $20 USD will get you the Hero 3 Cube Filter of your choice, but you can pledge yourself all the way into an exclusive ski or dive trip with the staff of Polar Pro Filters (providing you feel like coughing up $5000. for the opportunity)

While their product pitch video won’t be winning any awards anytime soon, it does show a decent view on what a difference the filters can make in your next Hero 3 video. Go check out their Kickstarter page and show them some love if it seems like a product you’d like to get a hold of!

Review: The Wapiti Camera Strap

Have you been looking for an ideal camera strap for your DSLR? Have you tried several and found them slippery and uncomfortable on your shoulder? I have had these questions, and while I have found several types of straps that are plenty comfortable and plenty grippy, they all suffer from the exact same issue; they are all exceptionally bulky, except for this one: the Wapiti (pronounced: wop-i-tee) strap.

 

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Apt No. 7’s Pebble Brick Original Camera Strap May Think You’re a Creep For Staring at Its Gorgeous Looks

The camera strap. It’s as important as the bag you carry your camera in. And as highly discussed and controversial. Why? Because for some, it’s a means of making your camera kit unique, besides adding better ergonomics. While for others, it’s just some random accessory. For those of you who want to set their camera kit apart from that of everybody else, here’s a new option: the Apt No. 7 Pebble Brick Original Camera Strap. Made in the USA from 100% genuine leather, the Original Camera Strap comes in a classy Cognac-brown color with an elegant pebble finish.

Paired with a classic camera like the Pentax K1000 in the picture above, the Pebble Brick Original Camera Strap looks extremely stylish but yet understated at the same time. It can be purchased for US-$ 75 from Apt No. 7’s own webstore.

For more information, you can visit Apt No. 7’s website.

Gary Fong Announces Lens Lock Accessories

Expanding its GearGuard line of products past the Bag Lock and Body Lock (no, not dance moves), Gary Fong Inc. has announced the Lens Lock, an accessory for preventing lens theft. The Lens Lock replaces the lens’ back cap and latches onto the bayonet mount with teeth, making itself unremovable according to the company. To provide further security, an optional cable can attach to the lock and keep the lens securely connected to another object, like a bike’s cable lock.

The Lens Lock is available for Canon and Nikon lenses, and retails for $30. The cable with combination lock is an additional $10.