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Inkjet paper round-up

We test a range of high-quality lustre inkjet photo papers to help you choose the right media for your photos. APUMay

Nikon D5100

Nikon's affordable 16-million-pixel mid-range DSLR with 3in vari-angle LCD, curvaceous design and special effec:s modes on test. AP 28 May

Fujifilm FinePix HS20

Fujifilm's superzoom bridge camera gets an update, including the new 16-million-pixel EXRCMOS sensor. APiJune

Nikon Coolpix P300

We test an advanced compact with a fast f/1.8 lens, back-illuminated 12.2-million-pixel CMOS ser.sor and full manual control AP11 June fíalsasa: SioraVMçts á fa/M/Mç]

My Funky Camera compact camera strap

www.myfunkycamera.com

COMPACT camera owners looking for more than a simple black wrist strap should take a loo< at the compact camera shoulder strap from My Funky Camera The strap attaches via a sturdy nylon cord loop, which threads through the strap eyelet found on the side of a compact camera. For larger cameras with strap lugs, a metal clasp is also attached to the strap. This offers more support if you wish to use the strap with a small DSLR or compact system camera.

Like the other offenngs in the IVy Funky Camera range, each strap is made to a high standard, but it is the unusual designs that make the product standout. Rather than merely being black or grey there are currently 24 different desigrs to choose from, with more added freguently Richard Sibley

TheAP guarantee to you

Alt our tests ate conducted by people who understard the product area, as well as photograph/ We ain to discover any shortcomings, as well as finding those aspects that deserve praise. All our lusts are thorough, honest and independent

McRoy MDRP360 Wireless Power Panner £839.94

www.jarcom.co.uk

A SOPHISTICATED level of wireless control is provided by the MDRP360. The device uses a GHz radio frequency wr.h a range of up to 300ft (90 metres), and offers 360 panning, up to 30" tilting, camera focus and capture control. Zoom control is for supoorted digital cameras only, although this is controlled through a laptop computer. All this makes the MDRP360 a little complicated to use at first, but ideal for composing and controlling a second static cañera at a wedding o' for getting close to your subject in wildife and action photography. Individual image capture is achieved using the remote, and a series of images is also posable by programming timed intervals or angles

An optional handheld remote monitor (£149.94) is key to getting the most out of the MDRP360. The main device can support up to 3kg, which is suitable for up to a mid-level DSLR, but a large telephoto lens throws the balance. I found the ability to infinitely rotate the device is great for shooting panoramas, but at times It meant the connecting wires got tangled up on the tripod. As with any radio-frequency devices, the range can be compromised in built-up areas Outdoor phntngraphers will desire the build of the device to be refined to include weaherproofng Although the MDRP360 is net cheap, we have seen these :ypes of device command a mich heftier price, so this is a good starting point Tim Coleman

Amateur Photographer

Wireless control for composition and shooting images

FORTHCOMING TESTS In the next few weeks AP hopes to run the following equipment through the most r gorous testing procedures ir the industry...

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