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Brian Austin (footeab) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Pacific Northwest
About Me Expeditions and off trail secluded climbs are where you will find me. Or hopefully not find me as the case may be. You will never find me camping at a lake for instance with a nice campfire ring and a public whistler. I really don't like 2 or 4 ooted mice... Ok, most aren't 2 footed mice, but they all chew holes either in your pack or you.

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Re: UL solution for carrying m4/3 camera gear
Personally, small cam like that, I prefer waist pockets. Besides helps balance the load. Of course if it rains hard gotta put it inside. No biggie. Larger cams I attach the neck cord to the hau...

In Photography » UL solution for carrying m4/3 camera gear
October 20, 1:24am

Re: re
Bigger tent or double walled tent. Those are your 2 options. Suppose a tarp, though this time of the year...

In GEAR » How do you keep your Down Quilt / Bag from touching the side of your Tent???
October 14, 4:23pm

Re: Sony RX1--full frame fixed lens compact
Reading comprehension seems to be your bane... All those words were additional reasons why FF is a dead format.

In Photography » Sony RX1--full frame fixed lens compact
October 14, 4:21pm

Re: Sony RX1--full frame fixed lens compact
OVP... How did my fumble fingers hit P instead of F? =) You don't see me throwing my medium format lenses away... If only I was rich enough to obtain a MF back. Ah, Dreams and back to sho...

In Photography » Sony RX1--full frame fixed lens compact
October 14, 12:28am

Re: Sony RX1--full frame fixed lens compact
I would say off hand that most go for FF photography for 5 reason, non of which are DoF. (In no particular order) 1) Bright OVP(A very real reason) 2) Dual Card Slots(A very real reason) 3) E...

In Photography » Sony RX1--full frame fixed lens compact
October 13, 7:41pm

Re: Sony RX1--full frame fixed lens compact
Franco, Box Brownie pictures are called "art" too. Why? Its because that is what they had at the time. Lousy as it may be. The flower shot you showed is yet another case in point. It...

In Photography » Sony RX1--full frame fixed lens compact
October 13, 4:30pm

Re: Closed Cell Foam
If it is 100% humidity(raining), said CCF pad will have gained weight anyways on its surface. Same with your sleeping bag/clothes etc. On a CCF pad, you gotta shake it out, likewise this is w...

In GEAR » How do you keep your foam sleeping pad dry?
October 12, 10:11pm

Re: Sony RX1--full frame fixed lens compact
This is a glorified trophy cam. OOOO SHINY! Lookie what I got. Now maybe, its dynamic range and color space are spectacular. Though I doubt it is barely any better than the Pentax K5/Nikon ...

In Photography » Sony RX1--full frame fixed lens compact
October 12, 9:46pm

Re: Re: Re: Winter Pack recommendations
Hmm, I usually always climb with 2 or 3 guys I know. in winter, we Always take a Big McHale Alpiner backpack(7lbs-8lbs) we got used, best find EVER! and a smaller summit pack and a knapsack for th...

In GEAR » Winter Pack recommendations
October 03, 6:10pm

Re: Re: Re: Ideal Alpine Shell
Frankly, in winter time you can get away with anything if it is cold out. They originally climbed Everest with Cotton shelled jackets lighter and warmer than wool... Sorry, not sure what you ar...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Ideal Alpine Shell
October 03, 1:59am

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