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Art Director Lawrence Lander waxes eloquent (well, entertainingly sub-eloquent) on every single nook and cranny of our new Travel Backpack 45L. Don’t have 20 minutes to spare? Below are a list of time stamps so you can skip right to the info you’re looking for:
0:38 – packing units
0:50 – colors
1:12 – fabrics
1:33 – size comparison with everyday backpacks
1:46 – rear access
2:16 – PRO TIP: leave zips at top of bag
2:46 – side access
3:10 – front access & organization panel
4:22 – stowing organization panel for duffle-style configuration
4:59 – expansion zips
5:36 – compression snaps
6:05 – tour de pockets, tripod + water bottle carry
7:48 – straps overview
8:25 – magical strap stowage
9:11 – grab handles + luggage pass-through
9:45 – PRO TIP: tuck away the back panel for better ventilation
10:17 – strap adjustment & sternum strap use
12:05 – on-body access
12:26 – external carry
14:42 – security + locking features
17:46 – Capture + Range Pouch compatibility
18:47 – very important information
In this video, Lawrence mentioned a link to information about our camera and packing cubes. We’ll soon be posting another video that takes a deep dive look at those, so stay tuned!
A detailed, hands-on review of the Fujifilm XF150-600mm lens with sample photos and video. Recorded in a canoe
A few notes:
The name badge of the X-H2S is covered with black tape, as I recorded this video while under non-disclosure.
None of the samples were taken from a canoe. I did take photos from the canoe following the recording – in general, canoes are so unstable that, although the X-H2S’s is very good – it’s not really possible to shoot at 600mm in a canoe. Sorry.
The audio blip at 4:30 is wind overloading the Zoom F2 recorder.
Fujifilm X-H2S review: https://youtu.be/rbStWIpY4y8
TABLE OF CONTENTS
00:00 – Intro
00:23 – Sample photos
00:58 – Basics
01:38 – Stabilization
02:38 – Controls
03:39 – Focus speed demo
05:53 – Alex and squirrels
06:17 – Paul and birds
06:51 – Breathing, Bokeh
08:08 – Summary
08:57 – Acknowledgements
Alex Beetham took the photos of squirrels.
Paul Marshman Instagram: Instagram: https://bit.ly/3tcW6Z6
took the majority of the bird photos.
Calla Heilbron paddled us down the Humber
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