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We had a free weekend.
And I just got a new bag for my camera.
So we headed to Mt. Vernon as it’s been a while since we were there. It provided three tests: a bit of walking around, tighter quarters (with the other folks and the roped off portions of the house) and access to the camera.
I’m not yet ready to call the new bag perfection. But it is a worthy successor.
I have a couple more optional additions on order from Peak Design to finish my set up.
First impression: the side access while still on one shoulder works OK. I’m still figuring out how my camera (with faux motor-drive-extra-battery) wants to sit in the bag. And I worry I’m going to lose the lens cap more easily now. (I’ve had them disappear for bit in the other bag so that not completely unexpected.
And, when we were inside the heated museum and I took my jacket off, I realized I had the clip set way to high on the shoulder strap and it was rubbing on my collar bone.
I moved that down but I’ve yet to actually use it.
That will be the next acid test.
I bought this after getting a small award from PTO that was burning a hole in my pocket. And as I looked around at options I got sucked in by the clip and how it seemed like a good idea.
I’ll find out next time I’m wandering around with my camera if it’s as much a winner as I thought watching the video.
More news later (as they say).
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