Camera Power for Rafting the Canyon

Photographer Luke Walker recently took a 16 day trip down the Grand Canyon. He sent us this trip post-mortem: Rafting the Grand Canyon of the Colorado river presents challenges that are unique to its...

Photography in Iceland with Solar

Photographer Karim Iliya was in Iceland for a month on assignment and brought our Array Solar Laptop Charger along to keep his equipment, most importantly the Canon 5D Mark 3, charged. The "backpack basically...

Bicycle Ride for Climate Change Action

Charles Chandler is bicycle touring 12,300 miles around America in support of Climate Change Action. You can follow his ride on his blog, greenrider.org Here is the 16 Watt Solar Charger Kit mounted on the...

Solar Time Lapse of Tuckerman’s Ravine

New Hampshire photographer Joe Klementovich recently borrowed our GoPro time lapse setup for a stint on Tuckerman's ravine. Here is a week of footage in temps ranging from -17 to 27 degrees. Look closely and...

Off the Grid in Zambia

We've just heard from Matt Young, a Peace Corps volunteer that is 10 months into his placement in the central African nation of Zambia. With his Spark Solar Tablet Case always by his side, Matt is working to...

Climber Science in Costa Rica

From December 15th to January 15th while we were complaining about the cold and snow up here in New York, the Climber Science team was making their way across Costa Rica by kayak, mountain bike and their own...

Solar-powered River Documentary

We recently got a nice email from Matthew Perpick about their Nine Rivers Documentary. They took canoes on a thousand kilometer trip: "The journey begins in Pickle Lake, where Ontario's paved roads end, and...