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Peak Design Shell Weatherproof Camera Cover
MILITARY SPECIFICATION STRAP, WRIST: INSTRUMENT MIL-S-46383A1 June 1965 This specification is mandatory for use by all Departments and Agencies of the Department of Defense.1. SCOPE1.1 Scope. This specification covers the material and fabrication requirements of a woven nylon strap intended for the attachment of instruments such as watches, compasses, and depth gages to the wrist.1.2 Classification.- Straps shall be furnished in the following types as specified.Type I - Strap, Special Purpose: Non-Magnetic Buckle.
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New Strap Design!
Hey All, The name's Nick, and I've been a long time member of the Massdrop scene, but have only recently become more active in these parts. So I thought I'd introduce myself! I'm a budding custom durable goods designer out of San Jose, CA, a...
Peak Design Camera Straps
Likes: comfortable strap (wide), flexibility of connections and strap positions. Dislikes: large footprint of connection plate which covers my battery compartment - Black Rapid is just a screw. Does not stay behind my back when moving - flops around too much. When I lean forward the camera comes swinging forward. All things being considered - it is on my primary camera (Fuji XT1) and the Black Rapid strap is on my backup camera (Canon 7D).
5 Most Important Features for a Backpacking Camera
Point and shoots are dead? Seriously? Have you used a Sony RX100IV? I am an avid hiker/backpacker/climber, and enjoy amateur photography as well. I have hiked/backpacked with a 6D, A6300, and an RX100IV. I think the important thing people need to really ask themselves is are you shooting to document or shooting to potentially print and put extensive editing into. Equally important is the time/distance/pace in which you plan on backpacking. Are...