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Travel Tripod Velbon Ultra Rexi L

Review: Velbon Ultra Rexi L tripod and a quick and dirty mod

Travel Tripod Velbon Ultra Rexi L

I was shopping for a hiking tripod, i.e. one light enough to not break my back like the 8Kg / 17,6 Lbs monster I usually carry around, but stable enough to let me take un-blurred pictures even with medium / large format equipment. Oh, and it should haven’t costed an arm and a leg…so one …

Rolleicord III

How to adjust infinity focus using a camera as a collimator

Rolleicord III

When you buy an used camera, especially a very old one, chances are that the focus will be out of whack. Sometime it will be off just a bit, other times a lot. The procedure to adjust it varies from camera to camera, but in every case you will have to find a suitable target …

Lowepro front view

How to carry a camera in the woods

Lowepro front view

First a confession: I hate – literally hate – having to haul around my waist a funny pack. Heck, I hate the name funny pack itself! But, objectively, it is one of the few way to carry gear in the woods – or around a city, for what matters – that at the same time …

Tripod stick

Winter is coming! A DIY tripod substitute for walks in the snow

Tripod stick

When you walk in the woods in winter, with your trusted pair of snowshoes, you usually try to travel light. It has been proved that walking with the snowshoes, while it’s a lot of fun, makes you spend 30% more energy; so we tend to travel as light as possible. And giving that we cannot avoid to …