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Here's links to some of our favorite gear from the pages of the FotoFriday Newsletter!

Beautiful Mechanical Pencil

I love writing with a pencil on paper! There is something about the action of forming the letters and the feel of a fine pen or pencil gliding across the paper. To make this a comfortable activity, you need to have a writing tool that feels comfortable in your hand and one that has enough heft that you fingers don't get tired holding it.

My latest favorite pencil is the Retro 51 Take a look! 

Use this link to visit the Amazon page

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Rocketbook Erasable Notebooks

These reusable notebooks allow you to write your thoughts and then convert them to text and transfer it to email, Google Drive, Evernote, etc. You just scan the QR code on the bottom of the page, save your notes to the app, and it converts your handwriting to text and sends it on its way. When you are sure you’re done and have sent it off, you can erase any pages you no longer need with a microfiber cloth.

Here's the link for the Rocketbooks

MindShift Camera Bags


Joe and Diane's Favorite Camera Bags for Travel!

Order a Mindshift Bag using the Link Below & get a Free Gift - that you get to choose!


Here on my Last Photo Workshop, I once again have all of my camera gear in my 13 liter Mindshift PhotoCross Bag. I have my two Fuji bodies (X-T4 and X-T30) along with four lenses, memory cards, battery chargers, my Osmo Pocket for Video and my 13" MacBook Air. This bag never leaves my side and can fit in any airplane overhead compartment - even the small ones. Diane uses the 10 liter bag as she carries less photo gear with her.

Use this link to visit the Mindshift page

If you order with this link, you get to choose a free accessory to go along with the bag including memory card holders and camera rain covers. Click on the link to see all of the Mindshift bag options!


FotoFriday Cool Gear

Three Legged Thing Multitool Carabiner

Hex tool, coin key screwdriver and bottle opener

Macro Photography Extension Tubes

M43 Extensions tube set - 10 mm and 16mm

Sony Extension Tube set

Nikon Extension Tube set

Canon Extension Tube set

Fujifilm Extension Tube set

Circular Polarizer and ND Filters

K&F Circular Polarizers

K&F ND Filters

Variable filter covering 1 to 9 stops

Individual ND Filter Set 

K&F Concept 72mm Fixed ND Lens Filter Kit

Neutral Density ND4 (2 stops) ND8 (3 stops) ND64 (6 stops) ND1000 (10 stops) Filter Set with 28 Layers Multi-Coated HD Optical Glass and 4-Filter Pouch

Joe's Favorite Three Legged Thing L-brackets

These L-Brackets are custom made for each camera body, allowing access to battery and card compartments as well as access to cable and charging ports


Ollie for OM Systems OM-1

Roxie for Canon R5 & R6

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Andoer Tripod Leveling Base

The perfect add-on for anyone using either a Gimbal Head or Panoramic Head on a standard tripod. No more adjusting legs to get everything level! Just add this piece in between your tripod column top and your tripod head and a single lever allows you to level in most any direction. Make the necessary movement until your tripod head shows level, tighten it up and you're ready to shoot!

Here's the link for the DY-60N Leveling Head  

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Joe's Favorite Folding Travel Bag

I've used this bag for over three years now and it still looks brand new! It folds down to a tiny size for on the way to a trip, and opens up to carry all the extra stuff I bought while traveling - an awesome travel accessory!

Here's the link for the Granite Folding Travel Bags

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