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I love my Nikon D2x. I love my Canon G10 pocket camera. I even love my old Miranda 35mm film camera that my dad passed on to me when I was a kid. But this might be the coolest photo-making machine I've ever seen: the Pet's Eye View Digital Camera.
Want to see what your dog (or cat) sees all day? Clip this camera to its collar, set the interval timer, and a photo will be taken every one, five or 15 minutes.
The Pet's Eye View Digital Camera sells for $50 though the website linked above, but retails for less elsewhere around the web.
Doing photo work at night (shooting moonlit landscapes, star trails, etc.) presents a number of obstacles, including the difficulty of setting up and setting cameras in the dark. Flashlights are of little use because you need both hands to work with a full kit of photo gear.
Photographers faced with this nocturnal challenge generally use a headlamp to see their way around. Yeah, that solves the problem, but it's also a little overkill.
For a solution that's a little less — well, dorky — I used to like LED caps, such as those sold by LL Bean. But those look a little odd, too, in that these tiny globes poke out from the front of the brim.
These lights, made to clip onto a baseball-style cap, provide 14 lumens of light in a small package that pivots, resists water and stows away easily when not in use. And because they fit on any cap, you can use it no matter what hat you have with you, rather than needing to carry a specific one.
Energizer makes the model I've tried, and they make them in white, green and UV light.