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    Quote Originally Posted by j44ke View Post
    Hey Houston - maybe one of these? Come in two sizes. Might help manage a slightly larger camera and still get the point-and-shoot aspect. Basically a chalk bag with extra straps. Also maybe a Sony A6500? Also supposed to be a good camera.

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    I just took shipment of my Outershell Adventures handlebar bag and it's awesome. Perfect for a small-ish DSLR and phone, food, money, etc. Jury still out on how it performs in real life but so far so good.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristianWong View Post
    I just took shipment of my Outershell Adventures handlebar bag and it's awesome. Perfect for a small-ish DSLR and phone, food, money, etc. Jury still out on how it performs in real life but so far so good.
    I got one of these two. I particularly like the quick-close mechanism via pulling the top cover cord to behind the top cap.
    As far as the lower anchor, on my road bike it seemed to crush the cables into the head tube a little much, so the bagmaker just recommends anchoring it to the cables themselves rather than all the way to the headtube.

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    the redesigned revelate feedbag opening and closure is ace.

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    I use one of the old style Relevate Feedbags for my phone when I have pictures in mind. I'm thinking the new Mag-Tank might be the thing for a larger camera...
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    Quote Originally Posted by joosttx View Post
    I would never claim cycling photography is creating an art movement. It is what it is. No one is Alexander McQueen. Be interesting to experiment in a Dash Snow kinda way.
    yes your right, it is what it is, we all do some cycling photography, cameras are tools and wit bags attached to the bike we carry the tools.

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    No thank you. If I chewed tobacci then I would see a use for it.
    You don't chew tobacco? I thought you were from Texas?
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    You don't chew tobacco? I thought you were from Texas?
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    finally shipping this month: A Little Bit of Light on Vimeo

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    One thing about digital cameras.. when we used film, we would pick emulsions to have a certain color. Fuji, kodak, agfa.. each has a certsain tone, contrast and color. With digital, the camera is the film. Each brand calibrates their sensors in a different way. Canons and Nikons have strong colors. Fujis have good skin tones but are bland when it comes to nature.. itīs what goes around. Leicas tend to have cold, greenish colors. Photoshop can work out each raw into what you like but certain brands will give you what you like from the beginning.
    I agree that menus on cameras are shit. All of them are close to computer programing and far from the photo experience. Leicas are better than every other camera when it comes to menus and design. Leicas are perfect w/ ergonomics and visuals. Itīs sensors have colors i donīt like. And the price is on the side of absurd. NO camera should cost more than 3k and thatīs already pushing the limit. 1.5 k is a good mark.
    I just bought a mini fuji x30 and i hate the menus. I just canīt learn how to operate the camera. It was cheap but i canīt use it.
    I believe thatīs your foot and you just shot it.

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