"The Strato II Multi by Phottix radio flash trigger.
I was photographing in Indiana Caverns when my flash fell 45 feet into a pit. It hit the pit wall about ninety times or about every six inches. It just wouldn't stop hitting and land on the bottom. To top it off it was an archeological site and it had to lay in the wet mud overnight until a trained person could get the flash. The Vivitar 283 was trashed but the radio trigger works just fine. The Strato has been on about twenty cave photo trips and has worked perfectly. It is one tough piece of gear."
"I bought this product for my Dad because he always has a hard time seeing his LCD screen with his reading glasses. This allows him to view the picture on the screen without having to use his glasses and it blocks out all glare, he LOVES it!"
Author: Jen G
"The Hoodman Loupe 3.0 is one of my field essentials for precise prefocusing in Canon's Live View and for field reviewing images and histograms. Unfortunately, the Loupe can easily slip out of the stretchy O-ring that attaches the loupe to its lanyard. I recently lost my loupe while crossing a stream because of this -- an $80 loss because of a wimpy O-ring! Solution: replace the O-ring with a nylon zip tie that won't stretch. Hoodman should replace the O-ring with a metal or durable plastic collar that won;t slip off. Thus far, they have been non-responsive to my emails regarding this problem."