Ultimate Tethered Photography Workstation: Think Tank Pixel Sunscreen

Posted by: on Jan 26, 2012 | One Comment

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Damon Webster of PhotoInduced called the Think Tank Pixel Sunscreen and our Tether Table Aero “the perfect marriage of two products.”

We couldn’t agree more!

Think Tank’s Pixel Sunscreen is an awesome tool (like all their products!), designed to meet the needs of any on-location photographer. When viewing your laptop screen in bright light, having sun protection that reduces glare is a must so that you can view your shots clearly.

Think Tank’s sunscreen offers the coverage that you need. Other cool feature include an over-the-head shade for extreme weather conditions, interior pockets for holding small necessities, and side slits that allow you to run cables out of the sides of the sunscreen as well as secure everything down with the Tether Tools SecureStrap. It’s also lightweight, packs up flat and compact, and fits in the Tether Table Aero Carrying Case. Form and function unite!

In your shared post today, tell us about a shoot where you would use – or could have really used – a Think Tank Pixel Sunscreen.

And stay tuned this week for Tether Tools’ best-selling item of 2011!

Want the sunscreen?  You can win it, and all of the other gear we’ll be adding to the Ultimate Tethered Photography Workstation in our Tether Tools Top 20: Start the New Year off Right Facebook Campaign. Just like the Tether Tools Facebook page and enter the sweepstakes via the form. Then, share the image we posted today of the sunscreen with your friends and, in the comments section, tell us about a situation where you would used (or should have used!) it. Full terms & conditions.

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Many thanks to Think Tank Photo for donating the Sunscreen as part of our Tether Tools Top 20: Start the New Year off Right contest!

1 Comment

  1. Michael Evans
    January 27, 2012

    This product seems right up my alley. When I am out shooting I like to be able to review my pictures right away in something larger than the screen on the camera. Not having to worry about finding a shaded area would be such a time saver!

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