Author Archives: Doug

Escort MAX 360

Escort MAX 360 One of the best radar detectors! Years ago, while I was in my late teens, early 20’s I had a few radar detectors. Every supermarket would set them off, and they became more annoying then useful to me. Three or four years ago I got ahold of a ESCORT Passport that connects […]

CES 2017 was AWESOME!!!

Four days to cover 8+ halls. It was tough. I did not make it to all 8+ but the ones I did get to, wow! In the next few weeks I am going to tell you about a great new case by Otter Box, Some great ear phones (like a follow up to AfterShokz line) […]

I am dusting off my blog!

I have not been to CES in 2 years. While I am waiting for my media credentials to be approved, I thought I would dust off my blog. Life has been busy. Summers helping family with a campground we owned, the rest of the time running a photography accessory company, The Lens Flipper . Seems that I […]

Zagg makes me see colors!

  Zagg was kind enough to ship out a ZAGG Pro Folio + for the iPad 3. Of course this is not the first keyboard I have tried for the iPad, but it has some great qualities. So, lets start off with weight. We all know when we add a keyboard to the iPad, it gains […]

Hello Thermostat?

Yes, I talk to innate objects. Like most all men, I talk (shout?) at the TV, Computer, and cars. I talk to my iPhone and iPad. They answer. I tell my thermostat that I am cold. It turns up the heat. I tell it I am hot, It cools. I say hello, it says hello […]

News from and about WPPI!

This year for WPPI, I am doing something just a little different, along with the normal products I tell you about. This year, I have two guest bloggers who have never attended WPPI before! I would like to introduce to you two great ladies. Shelly and Nancy! Shelly has been a professional photographer for a […]

Snapshot Smartphone Camera Remote

How many times did you really want a remote camera trigger for your phone? Trying to use a pole like xShot? Shaxon has a nice solution. The Snapshot Smartphone Camera Remote. Now, I don’t know exactly how it works. It does not pair through Bluetooth. You do need to download the app, in iTunes or Google […]

Keyboard companion for the iPad Mini

Zagg was kind enough to send me a Folio Keyboard for the iPad Mini. This is one of several keyboards I have had a chance to try, but the first for the iPad Mini. If this keyboard would fold all the way over, it would be perfection for some. Of course if you use this case […]

Yes, I will have a Coda POP with that iTunes please.

iFrogz Coda POP blue tooth speaker and hands free device. Cons: Takes a special plug to charge. Only a few hours of battery life. (I have played it more then two hours on one charge, but its advertised at two hours) Pros: Size, Water Resistant, Easy to Pair, AUX Jack, Many colors. I like to […]

One of my scarriest times as a photographer

After shooting a job in New Hampshire, a friend and I walked through a state park. At the time I was a heavy smoker and the idea of walking really did not appeal to me. To make a long story short, It was this defining moment, a little scared I met a bear, but at […]