updated 11:41 am EST, Thu December 5, 2013
booq's Python slimpack stores up to two DSLRs and four mid-size lenses
Today, accessory maker Booq has announced its latest photographer's carrying pack, the Python slimpack. Tailored to keep all gear safely secured and easily-accessible, the Python slimpack possesses multiple padded pockets and a main camera compartment that is plush and red, highlighting and protecting black camera gear.
The Python slimpack's padded dividers in its main compartment are adjustable to contour the bag as needed for lenses, chargers, and cameras. The bag has the capacity to fit up to two DSLRs, four mid-size lenses, a tripod and up to a 10-inch tablet. Its bottom is reinforced with rubber, providing additional protection when setting down the pack in various environments. Available from various US retailers as well as from Booq, the Python slimpack is available for $150.
NAOS 7000 offers ergonomic gaming control, with seven programmable buttons
Mionix has announced the second of its newly-released optical gaming mice, the NOAS 7000. A right-handed gaming mouse, its shape accommodates a full pam grip with support for all five fingers. Its ADNS-3310 gaming-grade optical sensor offers neutral hardware acceleration, high accuracy, smooth tracking and a maximum speed of ≥5.45m/sec, up to 7000 DPI.
The NOAS 7000 has a 32-bit ARM processor that enables the mouse to have many features without compromising the tracking of the sensor. The mouse has two lighting zones that can be adjusted to display a preferred color, with various lighting effects available. Its downloadable software provides access to customizing all buttons, sensor settings, LED colors, macros, and profiles. Set to be delivered December, the NAOS 7000 is currently available for pre-order for $80.