How do I miss these cool new devices

19 Apr 2013 admin In G+ Posts

this would be great for disasters and also for daily use… also for photography in the field…

An ultra-portable power supply to keep laptops and tablets charged up anywhere you go. The Sherpa 50 Solar Recharger is easy to pack and light to carry so your gear now goes the same distance you do and quickly recharges from wall, car or sun.

Keep a screen brighter, longer
Extend the life of a laptop by 2 or more hours
Easy to pack
Weighs less than a bottle of water
Refuel anywhere, anytime
Solar charge Sherpa 50 in 6 hours

+Frederick Van Johnson +This Week in Photo (TWiP) 

Comments: 6

  1. George Kalogeris 19 Apr 2013 Reply

    I would define all of these products "extremely expensive"
    – I don't know a single photographer that could afford using such equipment out in the fields
    – I don't know how much CO2 and stuff the company produced to make these. And how much we produce to make the money to get them.

  2. Brent Burzycki 19 Apr 2013 Reply

    I will say I have lenses that are more like car and house payments…

    To run an inexpensive remote power supply for off camera flash is easily double this – not a perfect comparision – but – these are the cheap ones..

    This seems like you get a lot for the money – in a package that is actually well made…and might actually do what it says..

    the cheaper versions of this stuff is truly junk.. Hopefully when +Scott Bourne gets his – he will review it and lets us all know..

  3. Alan Brooks 19 Apr 2013 Reply

    This would be handy on a shoot in the Australian outback where power can be over 200km away

  4. George Kalogeris 19 Apr 2013 Reply

    I am sure you know you can find solar panels with under $80 and USB chargers/batteries with under $50 on ebay amazon etc

  5. Brent Burzycki 19 Apr 2013 Reply

    This does do more than just charge USB.. It is an inverter also… To put this together in this small a package on one's own with parts would costs more than this unless you are not counting labor

  6. Humberto Gauna 19 Apr 2013 Reply

    There have been a couple of companies providing this for years.  This company I had looked in to a while ago for a vehicle solution for 120V use for burning man

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