Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Never Neglect the Littlest Accesory - the Think Tank Photo Pee Wee Pixel Pocket Rocket

Most of the time when I travel, I have both a DSLR and a point-and-shoot. With the Canon Powershot G15, I realized that I am reaching more and more for it than the Canon 5D Mark II. I only take out the 5D when it is absolutely necessary. The G15 is lighter, can be used stealthily in street photography, and is something that I can bring anytime and anywhere (especially inside the BlackRapid SnapR 20).

So, having two kinds of memory cards can be a problem when it comes to organization...

Enter the Think Tank Photo Pee Wee Pixel Pocket Rocket. It's an organizational accessory where you can put four CF cards and three SD cards. If you are traveling, I assume this will be enough - if you have four 16gb CF cards and three 16GB SD cards, and you fill all of those out, you will already have approximately 112 GB of photos! (I said approximately since the measurement on cards, hard disk drives, etc. are not exactly as stated...)

The accessory is, of course, constructed beautifully, and is made up of very nice materials. There is a strap which you can use to attach the PPR to your bag or a strap, to name a few. There is also a pocket where you can put a business card. It rolls up to a small thing which you can just throw in inside one of your bags.

So, if you are using both SD and CF cards, then consider getting the Think Tank Photo Pee Wee Pixel Pocket Rocket. I only wish that it also came in orange...

Highly Recommended!

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-- Canon Powershot G15 (Reviews Part 1 and Part 2)

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