The "2nd Issue" will be up on Friday at the blog site!
Exclusive to this group only, here's what's included
- A lengthy feature review of the B-Grip holster system (and holster systems in general). Probably NOT like any review you've read before...
- A re-publishing of the very interesting Luca Rossini interview (if you haven't seen it and the photos, you're in for a treat!)
- The first official FLICKR CLICK spotlight!
Please be sure to check it out on the blog site on Friday
Special Sneak Peak for the Flick Click Group:
The Nikon D700 is, quite simply, a legendary camera. Released in 2008 it is still preferred by many over the current D600 due it's more pro-oriented ergonomics, faster shutter speeds and proven field-tested ruggedness and reliability. Its thrifty 12MP sensor still, yes STILL!, ranks in the Top-10 for low light photography at DXO Mark (almost unthinkable for a 5 year old sensor in today's world!)
But this review isn't about the D700. Rather, this review is about how a $25 piece of equipment re-united two old friends. This review is about the B-Grip Camera Holster. And don't worry, we'll get to that... in due course.
... The Tamrac sling pack is a nice design, but just isn't secure enough when hiking up steep inclines, climbing fences, or doing even moderate activity where it would always swing free, to-and-fro, and bounce around everywhere (for some unknown reason, the AC/DC song 'Big Balls' would continually play through my head when wearing this pack) ...
When I had the idea to share a weekly photo here from the Flickr Click group I thought it would be a simple, fun and easy way of bridging the BLOG to the group. What I failed to realize at the time is just how... f'ing... DIFFICULT.. it would be to select an image!!
11:36AM, 25 September 2013 PDT