Gear Reviews

Moleskines Mini
Moleskines • Pacsafe Camera Strap • Snap Watch Holiday Gift Ideas   I  find the mini notebook very useful as I use it to jot down notes like new finds, contacts, and expense accounting. The paper is first-rate as with the the quality of craftmanship.   Read the complete reviews here

Canon CP780 • Photo by Ferdz Decena
Field tests:  Canon Selphy • Sony Bloggie Camera • Eagle Creek Twist Pack 22
Nevermind the funky pink color, the printer was a hit among our participants.  And why not?  It was really easy to use, with no learning curve whatsoever.  The exercise was pretty straightforward:  insert card, choose file, choose number of copies, then press "Print". For the most part, the prints came out bright and impressive.   Read the complete reviews here

Eagle Creek Cubes
Travel Buddy-Buddies:  Eagle Creek Cubes, Lock and Lock Compression Bags • Aquazorb Towels • Moleskines  There's a wide variety of sizes available though I personally use the medium-sized ones as it disciplines me in traveling light.  The Cubes are also a great way to organize my backpack so I won't have to guess if I left something at home.   Read the complete reviews here

Crumpler Squid
Crumpler Squid:  Not all drawstring bags are created equal   It's not hard to find a liking to the Squid, Crumpler's foldable drawstring pack.  Why?  In a nutshell:  it's light, foldable, waterproof and seems built to carry heavier loads -- a drawstring pack built more like a heavy-duty bag.   Read the complete review here

Crumpler 4 Million Dollar Home with 1 Body and 2 Lenses
Crumpler 4M$H

Crumpler 4 Million Dollar Home: A new tweak of an old reliable  Having been given the opportunity to preview and review the 2013 iteration of the bag, I would not pass up the chance to compare my vintage model to the new one.   Of course, I expect the bag to have a new (better?) design.  But I also expect the changes to be more than just cosmetic.  Read the complete review here.

Crumpler 5M$Home Backpack with Long Lens
Crumpler 5M$H
Crumpler 5 Million Dollar Home:  Funky backpack version but this little behemoth works  My first impression was: a wee bit too small to be called a full backpack; when I strap it on, half of my back feels bare.  But looks can be deceiving.  While it may not be love at first sight, this baby grew on me because of the many possibilities it offers.  Read the complete review here.

Braven 625s: Built like a brick, sounds solid The Braven 625s sat on my desk for two days before I can take time from work to tinker with it.  But once I heard the "brick" as I would love to call it, I got hooked but that's getting ahead of the story.  Read the complete review here.
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