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Re: Re: E-P2
I don't use the viewfinder much in the outdoors. I typically don't even carry it with me at all in the backcountry. If latest and greatest tech is important to you, then get the OMD. ...

In Photography » panasonic g3 vs olympus e-p2?
August 14, 12:26pm

I have used the E-P2 for years. It's a great backcountry camera. Compact, reasonably light, with good image quality. All of the photos in this set were taken with the E-P2 http://www....

In Photography » panasonic g3 vs olympus e-p2?
August 14, 11:17am

OMD and X100
I own both. They are not comparable. If I had to choose one, I'd choose the OMD E-M5 I have a review and comparison of them on my blog here:

In Photography » Fuji x100 vs Oly E-M5
August 13, 10:25pm

What rules? What organization?

In Winter Hiking » Winter Sleeping bag 0F
May 29, 2:27pm

Re: Re: Hyperlite
The Cilo gear suspension gives you 4 choices. Choice 1: Nothing. Light and flexible, but no weight transfer. Difficult to get weight off of your shoulders. Choice 2: Foam pad. Somewhat ...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Lightweight Mountaineering Pack
April 25, 1:07pm

40 pounds is a pretty heavy load for mountaineering. 30 pounds is as much as I'd consider carrying for climbing, even on a multi-day trip. My current favorite lightweight mountaineering...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Lightweight Mountaineering Pack
April 23, 10:33pm

Pocket film cameras
There are lots of good small film cameras. Here are three of the best: Nikon 28Ti Olympus XA Ricoh GR1

In Photography » Film Camera
April 15, 9:49pm

I own both the 12mm and the 9-18. They are both good lenses. The 12 is slightly sharper, particularly around the frame edges. The 12 also is faster, and it is sharp even wide open, so you can ...

In Photography » Wide angle m43 lens: Oly 12mm f/2.0 vs Oly 9-18mm f/4.0-5.6
April 15, 9:45pm

Fry them
Fry them. A little butter, corn meal, lemon, salt and pepper. MMMMMMM

In Fishing » How to cook fish above 10K ft without fire?
March 24, 8:52pm

Re: Olympus OMD E-M5!
I've already pre-ordered the Olympus E-M5. Rugged, compact, with in-body image stabilization and an improved sensor. This camera looks to be pretty nice. The micro 4/3 lenses that are cu...

In Photography » Decisions Decisions... m4/3 vs NEX
March 07, 10:04pm

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KOMPERDELL Carbon Ultra Light C3
The locking mechanism on these poles does not work. They will not stay locked. I took them apart, and found the reason for this. The lock mechanism is press-fit into the carbon fiber shaft. The ...

In Trekking Poles
May 30, 8:13pm