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Oct 24, 2017 09:34 |  #6002

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Oct 24, 2017 10:54 |  #6003

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Oct 24, 2017 19:23 |  #6004

https://store.lowepro.​com/m-trekker-bp-150 (external link)



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New bag from Lowepro that seems to be targeting a very minimal mirrorless setup. Example photos show a E-M1 with 25mm f/1.2 attached, room for the 40-150, another prime, and a few extras. It looks like they fit a a7 with 50mm f/1.8 and the 85mm GM lens. Has a very small top area for small extras, a tripod strap at the bottom for say a Gorillapod, and side pockets. Can fit a 12" laptop or iPad Pro. And best of all it's rear access. Very slim and small, so don't expect to carry much, especially with no sternum or waist straps. Probably best for a single body, 1-2 lenses, and some bare minimums. It actually looks like it checks most of he boxes that I was looking for, something for a single body, holding 1-3 lenses, having a small personal items area for keys, etc, having some side pockets for a bottle of water, being rear access, fitting a tablet, and being slim.

I might give it a shot, for those times when I want to go out with just some small stuff but prefer a backpack. Right now I'm using my Sony SB-1 sling which is like the Lowepro Passport Sling, but I could use a backpack.

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Oct 24, 2017 19:27 |  #6005

TMaG82 wrote in post #18480142 (external link)
https://store.lowepro.​com/m-trekker-bp-150 (external link)


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New bag from Lowepro that seems to be targeting a very minimal mirrorless setup. Example photos show a E-M1 with 25mm f/1.2 attached, room for the 40-150, another prime, and a few extras. It looks like they fit a a7 with 50mm f/1.8 and the 85mm GM lens. Has a very small top area for small extras, a tripod strap at the bottom for say a Gorillapod, and side pockets. Can fit a 12" laptop or iPad Pro. And best of all it's rear access. Very slim and small, so don't expect to carry much, especially with no sternum or waist straps. Probably best for a single body, 1-2 lenses, and some bare minimums. It actually looks like it checks most of he boxes that I was looking for, something for a single body, holding 1-3 lenses, having a small personal items area for keys, etc, having some side pockets for a bottle of water, being rear access, fitting a tablet, and being slim.

I might give it a shot, for those times when I want to go out with just some small stuff but prefer a backpack. Right now I'm using my Sony SB-1 sling which is like the Lowepro Passport Sling, but I could use a backpack.

wait, do you still have a camera setup?


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Oct 24, 2017 20:01 |  #6006

Nice looking bags but as usual, lowepro slaps their logo very prominently on it. Their stuff screams "expensive things inside"


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Oct 24, 2017 20:41 |  #6007

Did you all see this $170 lens? Kamlan 50mm F1.1 APS-C Large Aperture Manual Focus Lens (external link)

Here are a few test images I took with it (got it yesterday):


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Oct 24, 2017 21:17 |  #6008

Back from Whites Sands.... A9 is amazing.

However.

I can see the pics in the camera but when I put them in the comp I cant even find the picture file folder.... just the "private" "sony" etc. Put the card back in the camera and can see the pics but cannot find them anywhere on the card when trying to import.

Ideas??

EDIT:::: why yes Paul I have an idea.... your an idiot and did have a second card in even though you thought you checked it.

Bah


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Oct 24, 2017 21:22 |  #6009

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I dont remember seeing that building??!!!


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Oct 24, 2017 21:26 |  #6010

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Good for you Eriet! Now you can catch a speeding petroglyph ha!


I DID!!!! in three rivers petro site. Will post them soon.

FYI got to shoot with the owner of http://acephoto.net/ (external link)

Have to say if you ever need gear look at Ace. Call if you want price matching. AND if you ever need to talk to the Owner his name is Mo and he will take your call.


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Oct 24, 2017 21:39 |  #6011

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Vinz our 'stuff' starts arriving tomorrow (thanks again to Gene). Just have to find a liquor bottle
and we'll being the study of bottle photography!

So far I have
2 Godox TT350s
1 860II
and the X1s transmitter.

Think this will be enough to start experimenting?


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Oct 24, 2017 21:40 |  #6012

TMaG82 wrote in post #18480142 (external link)
https://store.lowepro.​com/m-trekker-bp-150 (external link)


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New bag from Lowepro that seems to be targeting a very minimal mirrorless setup. Example photos show a E-M1 with 25mm f/1.2 attached, room for the 40-150, another prime, and a few extras. It looks like they fit a a7 with 50mm f/1.8 and the 85mm GM lens. Has a very small top area for small extras, a tripod strap at the bottom for say a Gorillapod, and side pockets. Can fit a 12" laptop or iPad Pro. And best of all it's rear access. Very slim and small, so don't expect to carry much, especially with no sternum or waist straps. Probably best for a single body, 1-2 lenses, and some bare minimums. It actually looks like it checks most of he boxes that I was looking for, something for a single body, holding 1-3 lenses, having a small personal items area for keys, etc, having some side pockets for a bottle of water, being rear access, fitting a tablet, and being slim.

I might give it a shot, for those times when I want to go out with just some small stuff but prefer a backpack. Right now I'm using my Sony SB-1 sling which is like the Lowepro Passport Sling, but I could use a backpack.

I'm still looking for another 20L Everyday Backpack. I know you didn't like yours.
So far we love the 20L and 30L we have but sometimes the 30L is too much.


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Oct 24, 2017 21:43 |  #6013

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I dont remember seeing that building??!!!

I think it is actually in the Bridger-Teton Nat. Forest. We found it because we were camping in
that Nat. Forest (for free :)


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Oct 24, 2017 21:45 as a reply to  @ eriet30's post |  #6014

I think my focus GAS wise is the FE 16-35GM now I've see astro results with it. After liberating some monies
I'll try the Greentoe route first. But that's next spring after my annual tax raping.


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Oct 24, 2017 21:59 |  #6015

Another Idiot moment

I picked up the A9 and started shooting..... I just deleted 227 pics........ before I realized I WAS! taking the pics it was just silent


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