richmorris73

Joined on Jan 14, 2017

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  • Hi, I think the Lowepro Powder wasp bigger than I really need. 50l is a big bag. My plan is to try with the 30l Manfrotto, and see how that goes. I'll try it on a few hikes through the winter. If I ...
  • I guess that makes your decision easy then! :-) Enjoy!
  • Replied in Filters
    Out of interest, why?
  • Replied in Filters
    Thanks. I certainly don't claim to know much filter wise. Didn't mean to sound like I did! I have a polariser only that I used on my m43 lenses. That is the extent of my experience! I have nothing ...
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    Thanks, I think I have concluded the same, that P Size filters (84mm wide) would work on my current lenses. But would possibly be an issue on a 14mm lens. There is a firm local to me (SRB ...
  • Replied in Filters
    I guess, I quite like the process of being outside with a camera taking photos, rather than inside on a PC editing them. I use a PC a lot at work, and rather not spend lots more in my free time. Al ...
  • Created discussion thread Filters
    Hi, I would like to try some landscape photography, with filters. (Grads and ND, + polariser) Before I changed my gear from m43 to full frame, I was going to buy some relatively inexpensive P size ...
  • I was in a similar situation at the beginning of this year. Both cameras are very good, as all the reviews will tell you. And each has its own pros and cons. For me, the only way I could choose was ...
  • Thanks to everyone for inputs. There's a couple of backpacks I may look at further in the future. In the meantime, I've bought a used Manfrotto off-road hiker 30l from a well known auction site. ...
  • Replied in Atlas pack?
    It looks great, honestly. I think I'd go for it if a bit cheaper. But for me is too expensive. Which is odd to say, given it will have nearly £3000 of kit in it. Seems silly to skimp on a bag...but ...
  • Thanks, but I'd like a bag with a separate compartment for other hiking essentials, like rain jackets, snacks, first aid etc. Rich
  • Thanks for the information on the rotation bag, although it might be just out of my price range. I just looked at the Shimoda bags too. Very nice, but a bit steep for me too. There is a cheaper ...
  • Thanks for all the advice so far and recommendations! Looks like there are a few more options to consider than I originally thought. I might have to constrain my budget though to £200. The Atlas ...
  • I'd prefer to have a bag with a dedicated camera access and compartment, I think.
  • I've had a look at the mindshift rotation bags, online, and can't quite convince myself the system will work as I expect. It does look like a good idea though. Interesting that you find they work ...
  • Thanks for the confirmation. Good to see it holds a reasonable amount of gear!
  • Ideally, reasonably quick easy access to gear. I'd prefer not to have to rummage through a bag to get access to a gear pouch at the bottom. I prefer the ones where I can access camera gear by its ...
  • Thanks, I'll take a look at those. I think I'd missed that one!
  • Created discussion thread Hiking backpack
    Hi, I'm looking for a reasonably sized bag for hiking with camera gear, and also space for other hiking essentials. My local stores have nothing in stock, so I've been trawling the internet to find ...
  • Replied in 70-300 AF-P
    Thanks everybody for your comments. I have decided to give the lens a try, at least until a new Z version arrives. Rich
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