Monday, October 28, 2013

Get cashback on Nikon cameras at BT Shop

<Nikon D5300 Cheapp>If you're looking to pick up top-quality digital cameras for less this Christmas, look no further than leading online electronics retailer BT Shop - because Nikon's Christmas Cashback promotion could help you make a huge saving.

Whether you're looking to treat yourself or a loved one to a camera, Nikon's Christmas Cashback offers you the opportunity to claim cashback on a huge selection of Nikon equipment (,cameras-and-camcorders,digital-cameras/11193-50584) - including a number of its sought-after D-SLR cameras. Selected lenses and accessories - including speedlights - are also included in the promotion.

"Nikon cameras are renowned around the world for their quality, versatility and durability - so there's no better time to get your hands on Nikon equipment than now," said Caroline Hodgson, Marketing Executive at BT Shop. "It's important to remember, though, that this promotion runs for a limited time only and so anyone who wants to take advantage of this fantastic offer should move quickly."

As part of the Christmas Cashback promotion, customers can claim £20 cashback on Nikon's D3100 D-SLR and Nikon 1 S1 cameras, £30 cashback on the Nikon D3200 range and £50 cashback on Nikon D5200 cameras. Also, there's £70 cashback on offer on purchases from the Nikon D7000 range as well as DX lenses and accessories, £80 on Nikon 1 V2 cameras and £100 cashback on D7100 cameras.

This year's Christmas Cashback is Nikon's biggest yet, so now's the perfect time to pick up selected Nikon cameras and accessories. But remember, this offer is only available for a limited period - only customers who purchase selected Nikon equipment between October 16 th 2013 and 26 th January 2014 will be eligible to claim cashback.

To find out more about the extensive range of digital cameras (,cameras-and-camcorders,digital-cameras/11193) and other equipment available at BT Shop, simply pay our website a visit at

Caroline Hodgson
BT Shop Marketing Executive
0870 429 3700

Source: 4-traders

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Camera Deals of the Day: Save up to $600 on Nikon DSLR bundles; refurb Nikon D600 body $1,325; Canon 5D Mark III body $2,550 and much more!

<Nikon D5300 Buy Cheapp>by William Brawley

Happy hump day! We've found a big selection of DSLR-related deals for you to browse through this morning! There's a new promotion for Nikon DSLR bundles from B&H Photo Video, as well as a new set of Canon mail-in rebates. We've also uncovered some great discounts on Canon and Nikon DSLRs, plus special savings on a fast Canon prime lens. Lastly, we found a nice little bargain on some cool neoprene DSLR lens pouches to safely haul you new glass. Check back tomorrow for all new camera deals and discounts.

  • Save up to $600 on Nikon DSLR when bundled with lenses and speedlights - Free Shipping
    B&H has started a new Nikon promotion where you can get up to $600 off with select bundles of lenses and speedlights. Eligible DSLRs run the full gamut of Nikon models from the the D3100 and D5200 to the D800 and D4. Visit the special promotion page for all the details and various configuration of bundles with corresponding discounts. Offers expire at different times depending on the models, but most expire on Nov. 11.
    Read ourNikon D3100 review, Nikon D5200 review, Nikon D800 review and Nikon D4 overview for more details.
  • Mail-in rebates on select Canon EF lenses - Free Shipping
    Canon has a new round of mail-in rebates for select full-frame EF lenses, the vast majority of which are L-series lenses. Eligible lenses include the EF 17-40mm f/4L with $100 off, the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II with $300 off or both EF 24-70mm L zoom lenses in either f/2.8 II or f/4 IS versions at $300 off. See the full selection of lenses at Adorama, B&H or on the official mail-in rebate form (PDF).
    Read ourCanon lens reviews for more details.
  • Canon 5D Mark III body - $2,550 (compare to $3,100) - Free Shipping
    BigValueInc via eBay has the Canon 5D Mark III body-only for $2,549.99 with free shipping. Limited quantity available.
    Read ourCanon 5D Mark III review for more details.
  • Refurbished Nikon D600 body - $1,325 (compare to $1,897 new) - Free Shipping
    RobertsCamera via eBay has the Refurbished Nikon D600 body for just $1,325 with free shipping. Limited quantity available.
    Read ourNikon D600 review for more details.
  • Canon EF 50mm f/1.2L USM lens - $1,259 (compare to $1,619) - Free Shipping
    Adorama has a special deal on the Canon EF 50mm f/1.2L USM lens for a final checkout price of $1,259 with free shipping, plus extra accessories like an Adorama lens cleaning kit, 16GB USB flash drive and a 72mm filter kit. In addition to the $150 mail-in rebate (PDF), Adorama is tacking on additional discounts for this lens. You must go all the way to checkout to see the final lowest price.
    Read ourCanon 50mm f/1.2L lens review for more details.
  • Neoprene DSLR lens pouch 4-pack - $10 (compare to $15) - Free Shipping
    Hottest Deal Ever via eBay (98.9% positive feedback) has a Neoprene DSLR Lens Pouch 4-Pack for $9.95 with free shipping.

Source: Imaging-resource

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

gdgt's best deals for October 21st: MakerBot Replicator 2, Nikon D800

Nikon D5300 Cyber Monday DealReady to save some cash on your tech buys? Then you've come to the right place. Our friends at sister site gdgt track price drops on thousands of products every day, and twice a week they feature some of the best deals they've found right here. But act fast! Many of these are limited-time offers, and won't last long.

Whether you're taking snapshots, making films or designing the next big whatchamacallit, these deals will help you on your way. Making all that magic happen will definitely burn some calories, and Garmin's Forerunner 610 fitness tracker can tell you if earned that extra cookie. And 3D printing? The sky's the limit. We won't try to box in your imagination, but we will point you in the direction of a sale when we see one. Join gdgt and add the gadgets you're shopping for to your "Want" list -- every time there's a price cut, you'll get an email alert!

It's not too late to join the 3D printing revolution, and whether you plan to do some rapid prototyping for your new Kickstarter project or just replace a few doorknobs around the house, you'll have the tools for the job. Not only will you save $150 off the regular price, but for all you CAD fans out there, this version also comes with a custom AutoDesk 123D face and build plate.

All for living the quantified life, but not really interested in tracking your sleep patterns? Garmin's Forerunner 610 may be just the thing to help monitor your workouts and save some cash. It's not the newest gadget in town, but its rain and sweat-resistant touchscreen interface can display distance, time, laps, history and more, while allowing you to leave the smartphone at home. If your workout takes you to the treadmill instead of the park, it also works with ANT+ compatible fitness machines. This deal is for a manufacturer-refurbished model, but it comes with a heart rate monitor and a one-year warranty. Plus, it earned a pretty decent 82 rating at gdgt, so it's still a solid buy.

Yep, that's right: 36.3 megapixels. Even though this shooter was released back in 2012, it's still a more than capable DSLR for professional snaps and even HD video. Image quality is one of the major benefits here, and while there may be slight delays when writing these huge RAW files to a memory card, the final results are worth the wait. Both users and critics have weighed in, resulting in a respectable gdgt Score of 88. It's still a pricey bit of kit, but this is a significant price drop, and that extra savings can be used toward a lens for this body-only offering. Don't worry, there's no shortage of Nikon lenses that are compatible with this shooter.

Hands-free interfaces like the Leap Motion controller aren't quite ready for primetime, and most people can only take so much touchpadding. So unless you're looking for Logitech's freshest offering, the Performance MX will suit your needs with aplomb. The ratings are solid and we're told this mouse will even track well on glass surfaces, reducing those annoying cursor jumps in case your office work surface was ill-planned.

Source: Engadget

Friday, October 11, 2013

Crime Stoppers

We need your help to locate this person

Crime Stoppers is offering a $200 reward for information leading to the location that directly results in the arrest of Nicholas E. Johnson. Johnson is a white male, 34 years old, 5 foot, 10 inches tall, weighing 200 pounds. Nicholas should not be confronted by citizens, as he is considered armed and dangerous. Johnson is wanted for questioning in several vehicle thefts and has an active arrest warrant.


We need your to finish solving this case

On Sept. 16, a burglary was reported in the 1000 block of Route A. Among the items stolen was a Remington 12-gauge auto shotgun, model 48 Mohawk. Also stolen was a large number of antique coins, 10 trade tokens inside a glass showcase, rhinestone jewelry, two rings and a key cutter knife.

Crime Stoppers is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those involved in this theft.


How do you contact Crime Stoppers?

There are several ways to make a tip. Contact Detective Rick Hamilton at 417-880-9387, Crime Stoppers supervisor Detective John Everett at 859-2247 or Detective Joshua Duncan at 417-830-2083. Send email at or If you leave your email address, you may be contacted by email if we need more information. Your email address will be kept confidential. Or send mail at Webster County Crime Stoppers, attention John Everett, C/O the Webster County Sheriff's Department, 101 S. Crittenden, Marshfield, MO 65706.

Regardless of the method you choose to use, your identity will be protected. In many 5s iphone cases rhinestone, your identity is not even known to us.


Warrant information

The following people have had recent warrants out of Webster County. It is possible some of the warrants may have been served prior to the publication of this week's newspaper. (Information in regards to these warrants carry no reward, but your help in regards to locating these individuals is greatly appreciated.)

The following people have had recent warrants out of Webster County. It is possible some of the warrants may have been served prior to the publication of this week's newspaper.

Johnny P. Heckman, Dec. 2, 1973, felony

James D. Smiley, June 29, 1964, misdemeanor

Jacki L. Shover, Jan. 4, 1982, misdemeanor

Chasity M. Burgess, Dec. 8, 1989, misdemeanor

Source: Southcountymail

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Deals: Windows 8.1, Amazon Warehouse, iPhone 5S/C, $20 Otterbox


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Windows 8.1 is now available for pre-order, and we've got the first deal on the Pro version. It's a free upgrade for those who already own Windows 8, so you know, don't buy this if you're in that category.

Update: Expired.

Amazon Warehouse is offering a rare 10% off promotion on everything except select Media. If you're ok with used (and you should be, Amazon returns couldn't be any easier), you can dig for many lowest prices ever on that TV, Camera, or whatever else you've been wanting. It's a great opportunity to grab a product you've been waiting for that never goes on sale. While you're at it, post your best finds in the comments!

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    Discounted unsubsidized iPhone 5S and 5C on Virgin Mobile

If you're down with both unsubsidized phones and Virgin Mobile, you can get $100 off either of the newest and greatest iPhones. Brand new unsubsidized iPhone deals are obviously rare, and Virgin will let you unlock anytime.

Sprint is also knocking $100 off new iPhones for new customers who sign a contract.







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Practical Magick II in Pompton Lakes is the stop for the metaphysical

<iconicp>Practical Magick II, a charmed shoppe of notions, potions, and inspirations in Pompton Lakes, has undergone a lot of change since July. Store Owner Robert Vecchio had his grandmother and long-time Practical Magick II helper and reader, Annette Verra, pass away. Since then, he has overhauled the store and has been running it by himself.


"I am going back to basics like it was when we first started the business," he said.

Practical Magick II offers a wide array of items, gifts, classes, and psychic readings. Vecchio himself teaches the Wicca class. Wicca is an Earth-based religion that centers on nature and karma. In his class, Vecchio teaches students about the Wiccan belief system, the different Gods and Goddesses, the elements surrounding Wicca as well as how to perform a ritual and so much more.

"Many people can take it as a way of life and still be Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, or whatever they want to be," he said. "Or they take it as a religion."

Vecchio explained that witches usually get a bad rap in the media and are constantly portrayed as evil people who cast spells against innocent people for no reason other than to cause harm.

"Our Wiccan "Family" is not like that," Vecchio continued. "We are normal people who have normal jobs. We only do things for good. But if someone sends us negativity, we will send it right back to them. We have every given right to protect us."

Other classes taught at Practical Magick II include astrology, numerology, tarot, feng shui, yoga, couples yoga, past life regression, reiki, dowsing, and meditations.

Practical Magick II offers a variety of readings with a multitude of people. One of the store's more popular attractions are the psychic readings with Ellie, a pet psychic, who is available for readings Wednesdays from noon to 4 p.m. On Thursdays from noon to 6 p.m. readings are available with Fernando, who specializes in Espiritismo." Janice is available on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. She is an intuitive counselor and a 2nd degree Wiccan Priestess. Jodie, a psychic, offers readings on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 3 to 7 p.m.; and Rev. Teresa is available on Tuesdays and Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m. as well. All readings are by appointment only and are available during regular store hours. Vecchio himself is available for mediumship readings on Wednesdays. For more information about each reader, visit and read their complete bios.

The shop sells many different items including scented candles, incense, oils, window decals, statues, tarot cards, books, coffee mugs, sage, handmade authentic Native American items, wolf items, fairy items, dragon items, playing cards, Witch's hats, and much more. There are always new items as shipments are delivered weekly. Vecchio also sells a variety of hand-made jewelry that is locally supplied as well as Anderson's custom pottery. Since it is October and Halloween is imminent, many holiday items are currently for sale, many of which are handmade.

"We are heading into Halloween, which is a great time to burn a candle for your deceased loved ones," Vecchio said. "It is also a great time to speak to them and feel them around you."

There is something for everyone at this store, and as Vecchio puts it, "We specialize in helping people."

Practical Magick II is located at 322B Wanaque Ave. in the heart of downtown Pompton Lakes. The shop is open Monday to Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit online at


Source: Northjersey

Otterbox Introduces New iPhone 5/5s Case With Space for Credit Cards and Cash

Otterbox has introduced 5s iphone iphone 5s cases otterbox impact case/wallet combination, the Commuter Series Wallet. The $45 case includes space for 3 credit cards and a single dollar bill, while coming in black, white/grey and pink/grey color combinations.

The new case competes against other wallet cases like TwelveSouth's BookBook, as well as dozens of other wallet cases on the market.

- Multi-layer case guards against damage to your device
- Slimline design hides contents, keeping them safe and secure
- Self-adhering screen protector guards against scratches and scrapes to the glass display
- Access drawer holds up to three cards and one bill
- Audible click closure gives you peace of mind knowing your items are securely enclosed
- Access Wallet drawer contents without turning case over

The Commuter Series Wallet case, for the iPhone 5 and 5s, is available from Otterbox and other retailers for $45.
Source: Macrumors

Pot Shots: Drive-By Photos of L.A.'s Transient Marijuana Dispensaries

Sometimes photography doesn't need to be complicated. Take , for example, a project shot from a car with an iPhone over the course of a couple months.

Artist Ryan Mungia and cultural anthropologist Jim Heimann both noticed how marijuana dispensaries were popping up across Los Angeles, where they live, and realized there were very few photos of them if any existed at all.

"We started taking pictures and texting them to each other," says Mungia whose drive-by photographs of LA's pot shops were made in just a one-and-a-half month period in 2012. Sometimes, Mungia and Heimann would cruise the streets for an afternoon after Googling "marijuana dispensaries," but mostly it was all off-the-cuff.

Inspired by zines' DIY approach, the pair laid out the collected images in a book format and self-published the 32-page Pot Shots. The final page states, "All images shot from car by iPhone."

"IPhones are part of the cultural zeitgeist and so are marijuana dispensaries to a certain extent," says Mungia. "We felt it was appropriate to list our gear and method for this project because documentation was the primary goal. Shooting from the car was a practical necessity. We didn't want to draw attention to ourselves. Despite being legal, it's still a very paranoid business and most of these establishments don't appreciate a camera pointed their way."

Since California passed State Bill 420 (yes, you heard right, 420) in 2004, the Medical Marijuana Program Act (MMP) has allowed qualified patients with a physician-issued medical card to buy weed.

As well as the ever-present State vs. Fed battles over marijuana production and distribution, Angelenos themselves are at odds with one another over the issue. In May, voters approved Proposition D, a city ordinance that would limit the number of dispensaries in LA to 134, all of which were in operation prior to 2007. The proposition is to be challenged by pot shops. The 134 cap is a sharp reduction from the 2010 limit of 186 dispensaries in the city and only a fraction of the number of pot shops thought to operate openly and clandestinely throughout the City of Angels. The figures just don't add up. Los Angeles officials have said more than 750 pot collectives have registered with the city and a couple hundred more could exist. The California State Board of Equalization calculates the number of dispensaries for the entire state at approximately 500.

Mungia estimates 30 percent of the shops he and Heimann photographed have closed since the book came out.

"We were very conscious of the transient nature of these pot shops. Looking to the future, hopefully someone will look at these places as we look at speakeasies from the Prohibition era. The difference is that these establishments aren't as clandestine in their exterior appearance as speakeasies were," says Mungia.

Pot Shots is a typological survey of a fleeting vernacular architecture in a city that is constantly reinventing itself. In some 5s iphone cases tree houses for kids designs, the names of shops are blatant clues (Zen Garden, WEEDeliver, Euphansia, Peace Tree, Hemporium) whereas other are marked by only a green cross. Some buildings are painted top to bottom in every shade of green while others try to hide in their bland strip mall surroundings.

All is not what it seems.

"The other untold story is what goes on behind the facades," Mungia points out. "The paranoia is not isolated to Federal and police raids. It's a cash-only business and robberies are a constant possibility. There's also a behind-the-scenes industry that provides the product, which very much parallels what was going on during Prohibition."

Raids, licensing and the shifting of legislative sands make dispensaries less than permanent, which Pot Shots duly reflects.

"Hopefully, a decade from now, if someone picks up the book, it will evoke a very specific time period."

As more states loosen their stance on medical marijuana sales, Mungia believes liberally minded and business-driven California will "inevitably" expunge existing laws. Until then, the glances over the shoulders shall remain. Pot Shots' final image is of a security guard holding up his cellphone making a photograph back at Mungia.

"He ran up to our car and asked what we were doing," recalls Mungia. "We told him we were taking pictures, to which he said, 'Well, I'm gonna take pictures of you!' Fine. He circled our car taking pictures of it and the license plate. That shot in the book was what we saw as we were pulling away."

With references to car culture, commercial signage and urbanism, Pot Shots falls into line with contemporary photography practice in Southern California, not least Ed Ruscha's photo survey Every Building On Sunset Strip and Thirty Four Parking Lots. The pioneering Ruscha was an early practitioner of self-publishing, too.

Battling against distribution giants like Amazon is incredibly tough for independent artists, but Mungia has kept his expectations realistic. It's a victory that he found supportive sellers across the U.S. in stores such as Ampersand (Portland), Dashwood (NY) and Pop Hop Books & Prints (Los Angeles). The first run of 250 is very nearly sold out, and Mungia is considering a second edition.

"Publishing on a modest scale is very do-able. It's a labor of love for sure, but very gratifying in the end," he says.

Source: Wired

Otterbox releases the Defender Series case for iPhone 5s

Protection, protection is one of the greatest needs of human. Not just from the malicious intent of other people that might cause harm to them. Well, dying is the worst result without it and it's really frightening. Other than that, we need protection from natural disaster, you know, something that happen naturally like it can't be helped to be harm if you're not being careful in an accident. To put into a scenario, it's like driving a motorcycle on a rainy day and on the wet road without a helmet or a police diving into a bank robbery scene alone without a bulletproof vest, yes it's suicidal. Well, danger is only right there (please don't ask where. >.<) and all we can do is to be more careful, sharp and use materials for protection and safety assuring devices. Right, protection is something you, me, and everyone needs.

But in this world, we are not the only ones that need protection. Of course, even plants and animals need it. And on the other side, even "Things" need it. Like your beloved PC or laptops, you install an anti-virus into it in able to avoid the incoming information with harmful data in your computer. That is to avoid harming the system or the parts of your CPU, or corruption of files and many other annoying results that a virus can bring to your life.

Now, let me tell you the main story of this article. You probably know it already by now. Yes, I want to tell you guys that even your precious iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c is still in danger. Talking about inevitability, we can't help sometimes to experience that, "whoops!" and then found your iPhone 5s lying on the floor, with a crack on its screen then you give the final roar, "OMG !!!" Yes, that's how it is.


So let me introduce you the Otterbox, a company with the innovation of protective solution for the leading global handheld manufacturers, wireless carriers and distributors, they've got technology covered! Yes, they also produce a tough case to provide protection from any accident that might face by your precious smartphones. OtterBox is also known for its 5s iphone cases otterbox black latchseries with the capability of handling rugged conditions, protecting iPhone owners from drops with three layers of material. It's a huge case, but many swear to it.

Defender Series

They already release the Defender Series for iPhone 5s days after the Apple released their latest mobile to the public. This three layers in Defender Series can be found on its screen protectors, carbonate inner layer, and a silicone outer layer that handles the protection you need. Other than this Defender series are Commuter series, Reflexive series and Prefix Series for iPhone 5s.

Commuter Series

As the Defender series has three layers. The Commuter Series possess with only two layers, they made it for user who needs protection but they don't like the size of the natural case so OtterBox deduct one layer to make its physical appearance smaller than a three layer.

Reflexive Series

It is the lightest case among the four cases released by OtterBox.

Prefix Series

Prefix series is like what they had done to commuter series. This series offer only one layer for protection.

And this is the OtterBox. It provides protection for your smartphones. I hope you discover a new way to protect your devices. As for others who know it already. Thumbs up for OtterBox.

Source: Thebitbag

Burlington Stores Inc. stock debut a smash hit

<10700412p>The Burlington, N.J.-based discount retailer sold 13.3 million shares of common stock for $17 per share in an initial public offering that raised about $226.1 million.

It also granted the offering's underwriters a 30-day option to buy up to 2 million more shares, which would raise an additional $34 million. After discounts, commissions and expenses, Burlington says it expects to net $205 million in proceeds, which it plans to use to pay off debt.

The strong debut comes as the venerable chain, which competes with the likes of Ross Stores Inc. and TJX Cos., the parent of T.J. Maxx, has found itself in the sweet spot of the slow recovery: It sells coats and other clothing at deep discounts to top brands, appealing to shoppers still smarting from the recession.

"It has many famous name labels and it has a good reputation," said Walter Loeb, a New York-based retail consultant. "I am not surprised that it is surging."

In 1972, Monroe Milstein and his wife, Henrietta, founded Burlington Coat Factory, selling coats and outerwear from a single outlet in Burlington, N.J. But Milstein always claimed that the chain's roots go back to 1924 when his father, Abe, opened a wholesale coat business in the garment district in New York City.

Burlington Coat Factory then began to gradually expand with other outlets while moving into other areas like sportswear, suits and toys. The company became a Delaware corporation in 1983 under the name Burlington Coat Factory Warehouse Corp. when it first became a public company.

Monroe Milstein, whose wife died in 2001, sold the company in 2006 for a little over $2 billion to the private equity group Bain Capital Partners. At that time, a holding company, Burlington Coat Factory Holdings Inc., was formed to be the ultimate parent.

In February, there was another corporate restructuring and a new holding company, Burlington Holdings Inc., was created to be the ultimate parent corporation. The parent corporation changed its name again to Burlington Stores Inc. on Sept. 10.

Since 2006, Burlington has added an average of 23 stores per year for a current total of 503, spanning 44 states and Puerto Rico.

The company reported a loss of $25 million on total revenue of $4.16 billion for the year ended Feb. 2.

Thomas Kingsbury, CEO of Burlington, couldn't be reached for an interview.

The shares are trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "BURL."

Source: Tulsaworld

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

The 13 Weirdest Baby Costumes You Can Buy This Halloween

Time to face reality - to get a totally unique baby halloween costumes costume, you might have to DIY-it, spending hours sewing, bedazzling, hot gluing and possibly welding.

Ain't nobody got time for that.

Fortunately, there are some pretty weird baby costumes that can be yours for less than the cost of the future therapy sessions your kid will surely demand someday after seeing pictures of his infant self in these outlandishly awesome get-ups.

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Source: Babble