The Canon 200EG Deluxe Photo Backpack looks pretty appealing and like a great choice to most buyers at first glance. I love the storage potential and built-in tripod holder, but the overall the low level of comfort, cheap build material, and poor design make this product a recommended pass for potential buyers. Scroll down to the “Conclusion” portion of the review to see my alternative recommendations.
Ultimately, I would recommend this product for anyone looking to get a tripod that will be used strictly for photography and wants to spend less than $50. If you have a little more cash to spend and want video capabilities as well then I would likely opt for something like the Pearstone VT-2100 Video Tripod instead.
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In the end, this webcam is far superior than the vast majority of its competitors in this price range. The video is stellar and the built-in features are impressive. There are some disappointing factors such as the rather mediocre sound quality and the relatively unstable software that is included with the webcam. In the end, I still recommend this webcam to anyone looking add or upgrade their webcam’s capabilities. The positives surpass the negatives overall and this product is still is a killer deal.
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Having put the GameFly service to the test through the 30 day trial I can honestly say the service does not live up to its hype. It seems to be overpriced and under performing. Their shipping times were too slow, their PC client worked horribly, and their pricing is too expensive compared to competition such as Blockbuster. For anyone looking for a serious service such as this you will likely want to checkout Blockbuster’s instead since they also have a 30 day trial (in which I will be reviewing in the coming month). To sum it up, GameFly is not a service that I believe is valuable enough to spend your money on and I do not recommend it in almost all cases.