OK, this is a long overdue review thanks to Godaddy hosting issues (literally losing my website data after about 2014…..) so I’ll keep it short and sweet. This is one of those pieces of gear that I’d never think to buy (because I’m cheap – put ’em on the heater! Put some PVC pipe!) but […]
We’ve been in the ‘cabin in the mountains’ market for awhile now, chasing the ol’ ‘work from home while getting back to back to back pow days’ dream. Of course this plan works better when you’ve actually been able to find something, but that’s another story for another day. So, when the folks at DryGuy […]
Finally got out into the great outdoors this weekend to give the Peak Design CapturePOV Mount a shakedown, bringing it out to a ‘secret’ river somewhere near Mt. Adams to fling some feathers and down some bourbon. FIRST IMPRESSIONS When I first got the package in the mail I thought damn, this is far heftier […]
Had some goodness from Peak Design recently find it’s way into my mailbox. Will do a review on the gear once I get a chance to use it, but wanted to throw up a quick post as I’d never heard of them and they make some pretty nice looking stuff.
Winter finally showed itself around here, enabling me to finally get out into predominantly gray/white conditions (aka the stuff that throws off a camera’s sensors/white balance) with the IronX Cam I can put together a final review. As most people come to this site via some form of a snowboard link I wanted to make […]
So I’m not going to lie. When The Concept Agency first reached out to me in regard to testing a wearable action cam for one of their clients my first move was to go to the client’s website, where the below was the lead photo. Now, I’m not really up on the stock photo market, […]
I owe the fine folks at Concept Agency and IronX cam a (long overdue) review on this cam. Was sitting on it for awhile hoping winter would give us some full frontal as I imagine a lot of folks would like to see how the cam handles a primarily white scene, look like it’ll finally […]
My review of the Hobie horizontal rod holder and shortest review ever: Broke while installing – hell I was just seeing if the strap would make it over the butt of my halibut rod. Better to break in the grass than on the ocean though, would suck to lose that setup.
Sometimes you’re just in the right place at the right time saying the right thing. Right after I posted Gear Lust: Waterproof Cameras I was contacted by Staples and told they wanted to send me a ‘ruggedized’ camera for some real-world testing. “Word?” “Word.” I explained to them that I’m not a photographer like Tim […]