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Re: Re: $200 for a Camera
I'd highly recommend looking for something used. You can get a lot more bang for your buck. Browse around at Their condition ratings are extremely conservative. The s100 recommenda...

In GEAR » $200 for a Camera
November 26, 12:04pm

Re: GPS Help
I use a etrex 20 for work and like it. Coworkers use probably every other Garmin model from the last 10 years and I've never had any gps envy for other models. Hits the sweetspot of price/siz...

In GEAR » GPS Advice - Recommendations
November 25, 2:26pm

Re: technical?
I'm too lazy to go get my copy out of the truck, but in general Allen is very conservative with his ratings. The north route I believe has some raps but I don't think there's anything ...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Recs for ~100 mile trip in southwest late March?
November 18, 5:25pm

Re: Compact wide angle big sensor?
I don't think you'll find anything that meets all your criteria so you'll have to pick priorities. If image quality is your main goal, I'd recommend the Ricoh GR. The lens will be...

In Photography » Compact wide angle big sensor?
November 18, 12:44pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: carbon fiber tripod
I bought a Sirui T-025x last spring and am quite impressed with it. Far cheaper than something like a Gitzo or whatever and still very high quality and easy to use. There's an aluminum versio...

In Photography » carbon fiber tripod
November 06, 3:06pm

Re: thanks
Big Bend is awesome and there are plenty of quite long trips if you're good with some quite rugged off trail hiking and navigation. The Superstitions are fantastic as well and there are load...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Help! thoughts about a hike in late Dec-Jan
November 05, 9:47am

Re: Ultra Runners know nothing about Fastpacking.
While perhaps many ultra runners could afford to learn some outdoor skills, singling out UD seems kinda silly. I've read multiple trip reports from Peter and Buzz of some quite real backpackin...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Ultra Runners know nothing about Fastpacking.
October 24, 7:40am

Re: Strathcona Pack
Looks great Dan. Might as well order some more fabric; no turning back now...

In Make Your Own Gear » Strathcona Pack
October 22, 8:04pm

Re: thanks
I'd second Dave's Needles rec, but if that's out of the question, your options are kinda limited. Island in the Sky has a couple options, maybe exploring the forks of Lost Spring Canyo...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Halloween weekend 2014 Utah trip info/ recommendations (Moab area)
October 22, 8:02pm

Re: Re: Dromedary
I've used both platys, drom, and dromlite. I have had quite a few platy holes, but they're pretty easy to fix in the field. I mostly use the dromlite these days for convenience of the wid...

In Gear Lists » 13-day Grand Canyon Traverse
October 22, 7:36pm

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