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  • 42nd Street Photo recommends the Olympus SP-590UZ 12.0 Megapixel Digital Camera

    Posted on September 18th, 2010 Staff Writer

    Olympus SP-590UZ 12.0 Megapixel Digital Camera Olympus has rewritten the rule book for how powerful a point-and-shoot camera‚Äôs zoom can be with the launch of the new 26x optical zoom SP-590 Ultra Zoom. Its extremely versatile zoom lens can capture extraordinary images at virtually any distance–from a delicate flower close up to wide-angle photographs of friends posing before the vast Grand Canyon, or even images shot from the back row of the stadium that look like they were taken courtside.

    Olympus offers a new option for those seeking the ease of a compact digital with the control of an SLR. At the time of its introduction (February 2009) the 26x optical zoom lens is the largest lens available on a compact digital camera. With a focal length equivalent to 26-676mm on a 35mm camera it has both wide angle and extreme telephoto capabilities. With a focal length equivalent to 26-676mm on a 35mm camera it has both wide angle and extreme telephoto capabilities. The SP-590 UZ also has a full set of manual exposure controls including aperture priority and shutter priority. Manual focusing is available too. In super macro mode you can get in as close as 1cm from your subject.

    The SP-590 UZ looks like a mini-DSLR, following the design trend that has largely characterized the ultrazoom class since at least back in the days when 10x represented the high water mark for zoom multiplication. The composite matte black body is punctuated with a brushed silver metal barrel that encases the lens. This is a beautiful camera and worth the price.


    • 12-megapixel resolution for photo-quality, poster-size prints
    • 26x wide-angle optical dual image stabilized zoom
    • Pre-capture scene modes: Multiple Exposure, Soft Background Focus and Beauty Mode
    • 2.7-inch Advanced HyperCrystal III LCD screen
    • Compatible with xD Picture Cards and microSD memory cards (not included)
  • 42nd Street Photo recommends the Leatherman Knifeless Fuse

    Posted on September 7th, 2010 Staff Writer

    Leatherman Knifeless FuseThe Leatherman Knifeless Fuse is as the name suggests based on the classic Fuse but with the knife blade replaced with a file. Sometimes having a knife as part of your multi-tool set-up isn’t necessary. For these knife-prohibitive situations Leatherman has created the knifeless Fuse.This makes the Leatherman Knifeless fuse ideal for younger users and situations when knife blades are not permitted. With a slim chassis and an assortment of the most-needed tools, the Leatherman Knifeless Fuse also puts portability at the forefront. The Fuse is the cheapest of the classic range tools to feature locking blades.


    • Needlenose Pliers
    • Regular Pliers
    • Scissors
    • Phillips Screwdriver
    • Ruler (8 inch/19cm)
    • Bottle/Can Opener
    • Wire Cutters
    • Hard-Wire Cutters
    • File
    • Large Screwdriver
    • Small Screwdriver
    • Wire Stripper
    • Lanyard Attachment
    • Leather Sheath Included


    • Materials: 100% stainless steel (Optimum grade hardness for each tool/blade)
    • Length: 4 in. / 10 cm closed – 6.3 in / 16 cm open
    • Weight: 6.0 ounces / 187 grams
    • Made in USA

    If you are looking for a gift for the younger crowd this would be perfect. Check out the Leatherman Knifeless Fuse.