One of the greatest challenges outdoor photographers face is how to carry their smaller, and yet still sophisticated and expensive camera gear in a backpack of sufficient quality to endure the rigors of the wilds. To meet their needs, MindShift Gear has released the SidePath, a lightweight outdoor backpack that
One of the truths of air travel with camera gear is that the maximum amount of gear videographers can carry is limited by the smallest plane on which they’ll be traveling. In response, Think Tank Photo has released the Airport Advantage rolling camera bag, designed for travel on commuter
Drone users can now carry their 3DR Solo, laptop, controller, GoPros, charger, spare rotors, extra batteries, jacket and tools in a robust and yet lightweight new backpack, the Airport Helipak for 3DR Solo from Think Tank Photo.
Working in partnership with renowned wildlife photographer, Moose Peterson, MindShift Gear has updated three classic Moose Peterson backpacks designed for wildlife and safari videographers and photographers.
Most of us don’t think about cases for equipment until something valuable is broken. Then, faced with what can be a significant financial loss, we think about protecting gear — both while traveling and using it on location. Surprisingly, choosing the right equipment cases can be a complex challenge.
Scott Farr, CAS, a busy sound mixer in Southern California, carries heavy sound gear on his body every working day. “The trick,” he said, “is how to best carry the weight in the front, and distribute it evenly so you don’t tear up your back, while keeping your shoulders