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|Friday, July 04, 2014|
Flipbac G4 Grip on the Canon Eos
|Tuesday, March 26, 2013|
Sigma DP2 Merrill with the Flipbac G4 Grip.
The Sigma DP2 Merrill is a camera famous for capturing
beautiful images with incredible detail. We are grateful a customer sent in images of the DP2 with the Flipbac G4
grip. He expressed that the G4 grip made
this remarkable camera even better!
|Monday, November 19, 2012|
Introducing the 2nd edition Flipbac Grip 3!
|The G3 is the same height (38mm) as grip G1 and G2, however it is much narrower - 19mm. This narrow profile leaves much more room between the lens and grip. The new Flipbac G3 camera grip is a perfect match for Sony RX100. Of course the G3 grip will also add function to the many very small cameras that are on the market.
While quantities last we are offering the wider first edition Camera Grip 3 for only $7.99.
|Monday, October 22, 2012|
What an exciting year!
First the Song RX-100 and now the
Fuji XF-1. The Fuji XF-1 will be a top contender for the number one spot on my
favorites list. Small size, fast lens, large sensor and handsome retro styling.
There's a choice of three colors - the deep red shown in the above picture, a
safari light tan and undercover black.
Another much desired feature is the XF1 lens mechanism. The
zoom ring is mechanical, and also serves as the power switch. But there's another surprise - it also collapses into the body, similar to bygone film
cameras. We are also very pleased to find the Flipbac Camera Grips make an excellent
addition to the Fuji XF-1’s style and function. The Flipbac G4 Camera Grip is
Take care and happy shooting!
|Thursday, October 11, 2012|
Canon S110 + Flipbac G2 Camera Grip
Canon S110 with Flipbac Camera Grip G2
This little pocket wonder continues to get better. Although
the lens, sensor and layout are the same high quality and function, the
software and internal processing are more responsive and intuitive. It also has
a slightly more industrial design look. Quite refreshing. To our chagrin it
doesn’t have a grip! As seen above, the Flipbac grips G1, and G2 fit perfectly.
|Thursday, June 28, 2012|
My Top 5+ Camera Update:
|#1 Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100|
#2 Canon PowerShot S100
#3 Olympus XZ-1
#4 Panasonic Lumix LX5
#5 Canon PowerShot G12
#6 Olympus Tough TG-1 iHS
Why these cameras made my list >>
|Thursday, June 21, 2012|
Sony RX100 + Flipbac Grips: A confirmed fit!
Sony RX100 with Flipbac G2 Camera Grip.
The Sony RX100 came to market on June 16th in
Japan. Fortunately a contact in Tokyo was able to try our Flipbac Grips
on the new Sony RX100. We are happy to announce that Flipbac Grips G1,
G2, and G3 fit the Sony RX100 perfectly. (Unfortunately Camera Grip G4 does not fit this camera). We look forward to more
information on this promising camera!
|Thursday, June 07, 2012|
Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 - Shot over the Bow
Sony has just announced the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100, a compact
camera based around a 20MP 1" CMOS sensor. It features a 28-100mm
equivalent lens with F1.8-4.9 lens and image stabilization. This is a shot
over the bow of every other camera maker and it is loud, clear and seen by all.
Finally…this Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 could be the camera that truly starts the
race for well spec’d affordable compact cameras. By our criteria this Sony
DSC-RX100 could be the perfect camera! – Fast lens, big sensor, small size.
And even better, we have carefully scaled several images of
the DSC-RX100 and by our measurements it looks like Flipbac Grips 1, 2 and 3 all
fit. Our measurements show we have about 2mm
margin on length and width.
This really is good news. We all look forward to reviews and
reports on the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 in the coming weeks. Can’t wait!
|Monday, March 26, 2012|
Customize your Olympus Pen.
In this in depth video award winning photographer Giulio Sciorio shows
you how to customize your Olympus Pen with some stylish accessories. Not only will the Flipbac Grips stick to the surface of your camera, they also adhere well to surfaces such as those cool camera covers. Thanks for sharing the great video Giulio!