Think Tank Rotation 360?, Two Section Convertable Photo Backpack.
While reading Digital Photography School blog, I came across a couple of items I’d like to add to our toolbelt (as it were) One is very affordable, the other – not so much.
The Think Tank Rotation 360? Backpack lets you access the gear inside of the backpack without taking if off of your back. This allows you the comfort of a backpack with the convenience and accessibility of a beltpack. The rotation360? exponentially increases your ability to access your gear as quickly as possible, with the least amount of effort to change lenses and access accessories. Then, just as easily, you can rotate the belt back back into the backpack and out of the way.
# Beltpack Can Be Used Separately: The beltpack can also be used separately without the backpack. When you arrive at your travel destination, if you do not need the backpack you can just take the beltpack. A lightweight shoulder strap is included
# “Rail” for Modulus Components: On one side of the waistbelt is a “rail” that allows other Modulus accessories, such as the Lens Changers, Trim Changer, or Lens Drop In, to be attached. As with all Modulus components, you can allow it to “rotate or lock”
# Mesh Side Pockets, Built in Side Pocket: Each side of the beltpack has mesh pockets with a bungee/ toggle closure for fast access to smaller accessories. A built in side pocket is perfect for CF card wallets, 1.4x teleconverters and more
# 70-200 2.8 Lens “Rail” on the Beltpack: There is a “rail” on the side of the beltpack that allows for Modulus components to be attached. The Lens Changer 75 can be attached and will hold a 70-200mm f/2.8 or similar lens
# Front Pocket: The front pocket is for miscellaneous items and the raincover is located inside, as well
Are you ready to take photos that reflect your creative spirit, rather than just another set of snapshots? Then you want this book in your camera bag. Well-organized so you can look up topics quickly, The Digital Photography Companion gives you creative tips and technical advice for taking top-notch digital photos in a wide range of conditions, and for a variety of occasions. In other words, this book will help you make pictures that look better than everyone else’s.
Professional photographer and teacher Derrick Story, whose online tips and podcasts at The Digital Story have made him a popular photography blogger, gives you plenty of examples of how to capture great shots of people, places, landscapes, and more. He also provides a complete summary on camera features, tips for printing, sharing your images, and an overview of photo management applications.