Tag: Camera

Wanscam HW0049 HD IP Camera review

The first Wanscam product I reviewed last year left a very good impression.
The HW0049 is the latest addition in the HW series.

The now-old HW0026 (which is still in service in my collection today after a year on 24/7 duty), is one of the best budget IP cameras I’ve tested so far, despite its weird design. As the latest addition to the HW series, the HW0049 retains the same qualities, plus the Pan & Tilt ability.

From the specification, it looks like an evolution of the older HW0021, with a wider Panning range (355° vs 270°), and support for higher capacity SD cards (128GB vs 32GB).

In the box:
The packaging contains the camera and a full set of accessories: Mounting screws, LAN cable, a 5V/2A power adapter, a CD-ROM and a startup leaflet.Instead of the usual plastic bracket, a round piece of plastic can be inserted into the

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This Weird Gadget from Kessler Lets You Power Your Camera Gear with Power Tool Batteries

Got a bunch of DeWalt batteries in your garage? Turn them into batteries for your camera gear with Kessler’s new adapter.

Who doesn’t love a weird gadget? Well, Kessler has come out with one that seems, yes, kind of weird, but also pretty useful.

Meet the Mag Max 3A, a battery adapter that essentially allows you to charge your camera gear with DeWalt 20v Max and 60/20v Flex Volt batteries.

This thing allows you to power pretty much anything you bring to set, including DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, follow focus systems, wireless video transmitter and receivers, motion control systems, audio recorders and mixers, LED lights, monitors, and even your smartphone. (However, if you’re trying to power a Blackmagic Ursa Mini, RED Dragon, or any device that has a 3amp draw or higher, the Mag Max 3A won’t work for you.)

According to Kessler:

The Mag Max 3A was developed to fill

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