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As I said in the last post, it’s time for another DPS competition. This time I’m excited to announce that we have a sponsor!
That’s right – instead of having to come up with prizes myself the wonderful people at Cam-Pod are putting up for of their innovative Cam-Pod products up for grabs to this month’s lucky winners.
You might have seen little bean bag tripods before – but the Cam-Pod takes the concept in a whole other direction.
The Cam-Pod has bi-folding cushions, enabling the user to mould to the shape of your camera and lens according to desired angle and height. In addition, this folding ability reduces the size and weight, allowing for a lighter and compact support bag. And because it contains plastic beads, you will not have issues with customs at airports.
Cam-Pods come in two sizes (regular, for DSLRs or mini, for point and shoot cameras). They are hand made in Australia (another reason I love them) and are a great way to help keep your camera still when shooting in low light or with longer shutter speeds.
The best way to say what a Cam-Pod is is simply to show you, so below you’ll find some pictures showing Cam-Pods being used.
The team at Cam-Pod are putting up 2 regular sized products and 2 mini’s for the winners of this competition.
All you have to do to be in the running for a Cam-Pod is sign up for the DPS forums and start posting.
Every time you post in the forums between now and 31 July you go in the running to win one. Each post/comment you leave you put another entry in. The more you post the more chances you have to win.
What can you post?
Regular DPS Forum members will know that there are lots of ways to be involved:
The ways to enter are limitless. Keep coming back each day over the next month, post a review, ask a question, share a photo, write a tip and while you’re learning more and meeting some great people you’ll be increasing the chances of winning your very own Cam-Pod.
Speaking of Cam-Pods – here are a few more pictures of them in action: