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January 24, 2017

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January 23, 2017

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Get Your Free NAB Show Guest Pass

Visit us at the NAB Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center from April 22-27, 2017 (our booth number will be announced soon). As a thank you, we provide you a free exhibits pass that includes access to the Exhibit Hall, NAB Show opening, general and info sessions.

Go to http://www.nabshow.com/register and enter the following code:

LV5452

See you there!

December 19, 2016

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1 Day Left! Take Off 15% On All Products!

Enter "nicelist" in the discount box at checkout.

Happy Holidays!

November 21, 2016

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Thanksgiving Sale with 15% Discount

We're running a Thanksgiving Sale with a 15% discount starting today, Monday November 21, until Thursday, November 24, 2016.

During checkout, enter "giving15" in the coupon code box.

Happy Thanksgiving!

November 10, 2016

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November 02, 2016

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Unique Light: ALZO 3200 Low Noise High CRI LED Video Light

The 3200 Low Noise and High CRI LED video light has a high CRI of 94 and a front-projected noise of near zero. This low-noise feature is ideal for recording situations where omni-directional microphones are used, for small rooms (10x10 ft. or less), or where the subject is less than 5 feet away from the light.

Bethel Company Finds Gratification in Providing Help to Wheelchair Users

ALZO Digital is a small company with a 10-year history selling gear to professional photographers and videographers. The company has found a niche in helping wheelchair photographers with custom camera mounts. Mr. Drew Henderson, the owner of the business, says "A couple of years ago a wheelchair-bound veteran appeared at our door, asking if we could rig up a camera mount for his wheelchair, and after an hour or two we had a very happy customer". The next day the company started selling Wheelchair Camera Mounts on its websites.

What we have learned after working with several customers is that most implementations of these camera mounts are unique. Almost all users need specialization and custom adaptation for their specific circumstance, disability and chair structure. In addition to mounting the camera, the physical limitations of these disabled customers typically requires special camera remote control devices as well. We spend a lot of time working with each individual, and we know we cannot be compensated for all of this time and effort. Each of our custom wheelchair camera mounts is a labor of love and we feel gratified in providing this service to the disabled.

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