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A great product for your outdoor activity, whether you like walking, hiking, running up and down the mountains, the FX-75 is the best companion of your adventures outdoors. Visit the website: www.gabel.it
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Skimojo Italia Sciare con problemi di ginocchia ora c’é Ski-Mojo
Skimojo o ski-mojo é molto di piú di una semplice ginocchiera per proteggere le ginocchia durante la pratica delle nostre ativitá sportive preferite, come lo sci.
Skimojo é un dispositivo in grado di alleviare e supportare il peso corporeo dello sciatore fino ad un 50% grazie al sistema di sospensione.
Se avete problemi di ginocchia non rinuciate alla pratica dello sci, soprattutto se sciare é la vostra attivitá preferita.
Skimojo é disponibile per l’acquisto online, presso i negozi che a mano a mano lo stanno scoprendo, i quali lo possono anche dare in prova. Anche alcuni sciatori di ottimo livello, freeriders e freestylers lo utilizzano per potersi allenare tutto il giorno, fare salti e neve fresca, stancandosi molto meno. Parecchi maestri di sci con problemi alle ginocchia hanno iniziato ad usarlo e non potrebbero piú sciare senza.
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Non rinunciate a sciare, alla vostra passione.. usate skimojo!
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After all the rumours and the long wait, Canon has finally released the first
Mirrorless Full-Frame Camera joining the party with Sony and now also Nikon
however, here I will talk mainly about Canon, particularly because I am a Canon shooter. Therefore the question is……is it worth buying that camera? Let me give you my thoughts about it. As you probably know I like to shoot landscapes, outdoor lifestyles and activities, such as seen in the video you see below. In this video I’m on a hike where the problem is the haze, and as the clouds come and go, I thought I would take the opportunity to give you my thoughts about this new camera release.
This long-awaited camera, has been quite a talking point for quite some time now, such as “when are Canon going to come out with a mirrorless full-frame?” and I think people started to get impatient, especially when you don’t want to have to switch brands, such as Sony, who had already updated their models. Once you have a set of lenses and accessories compatible to a certain brand it’s quite difficult to make a switch and you know of course, whether you are an amateur or a professional photograher it is always good to be up on the game with the latest model of camera to come out, but I feel that sometimes, these manufacturers take us for a bit of a ride, because when you spend the sort of money we need to spend, they give you something, but certainly don’t give you everything, so then you always have to come up with compromises. I am very practical and when I want to upgrade or change camera and equipment I look at what that new equipment is going give me that it doesn’t let me do now.
Yes, they have finally put a full-frame sensor into a mirrorless body, but what would you expect?
Why would you get a mirrorless rather than a DSLR?
Maybe you don’t want to have the mirror flicking up, or you would expect the camera to be of a smaller compact body or faster shutter speed (only 7 frames per second that goes down only to 5 frames per second, if you don’t use servo focus)? Not great, if you know you can buy one of those Micro Four Thirds cameras that can go up to 15 frames per second.
The second big mistake or should I say lack of specs, is just the one SD card slot which for any photographer that has some responsibility whether it be a wedding or any sort of shoot, two card slots are of great importance. Whether to back up your work or if you want to shoot in RAW or JPEG, video etc.
The third problem is the lack of in-body in-built sensor stabilisation. I have a little camera, that I think, is one of the most underrated cameras out there, and it’s got five axes image stabilization with an aps-c sensor.
You really see good image quality when you are using aps-c and full frame sensor cameras. If the light is good, then you could go down to micro four-thirds, to a 1-inch sensor or even a mobile phone sometimes produces good photos. It’s then, depending on what you evaluate as being a good photo. I love the Micro Four Thirds cameras as they have a multitude of specifications that you might need, but unfortunately, they can lose image quality, particularly in certain light conditions, like the atmospheric day today, you start to see more noise in the image and lack of details in the clouds. This is where you can see the quality from the Aps-C sensor or the Full-frame. Maybe it just requires a bit more post-processing, but if I can do less of that, the better. That’s why I like Canon, because I like the colours that come straight out of the camera, there’s very little post-processing to do and the files are beautiful and ready to go.
Another problem of this new camera, is that Canon has now decided after so many years, to change the lens mount, so you now need an adapter to be able to fit on the camera all the lenses that you’ve collected over the years. Whether it is an EF lens or an EF-s lens, it is an extra piece of kit that you need to buy and to carry along with you. Less is always more.
Another thing they’ve given the illusion of is having a good 4k, but this 4k gets so cropped that you either have to use a big wide-angle lens to compensate that, but then that gets cropped anyway so.. what’s the point? A good thing about 4k is to be able to extract some good still images from each frame of your video footage, whilst retaining all of the details in your images. Some issues with using 4k is that all the technology is not quite up to the game and so the files become really heavy. If you try to upload a video on YouTube in 4k, it can take quite an age and everything slows down.
One good thing people have been asking for, is the fully-articulated screen in a full frame body camera, as this was only seen in the 70d and then the 80d.
Canon EOS R Fully Articulated Screen
If you want to move to a mirrorless camera, and spend half the money, then take a look at the Canon EOS M5. It’s got a compact body (that’s one of the reasons why you want a mirrorless camera), it’s got a flippable screen and 5-axes in-body image stabilisation. This means that I can shoot using lenses that are not stabilised, as the camera automatically stabilise them and if the lens is stabilised, then you get a double stabilisation effect. That means that you can really shoot at a much slower shutter speed and still get sharp images.
The EOS M5 has got a very good touch screen (the touch screen of Canon is second to none), it’s fantastic and really responsive. It’s got Wi-Fi connectivity and has everything that you need to shoot good photography with 24.5 megapixel images, RAW files and it costs less than half of the price of the new EOS R!
So let me let me hear in the comments below your thoughts, if you think this new camera EOS R from Canon is worth buying. I personally don’t think so, but I want to hear your thoughts.
Until next time this is Fabo from Fabulous Outdoors ..see you next time! http://www.FabulousOutdoors.blog
Out on a hike in the alps of Italy, a gorgeous day with perfect weather and temperature for mountain hiking.
A great opportunity to test a fantastic pair of mountain shoes, the SALEWA WILDFIRE GTX.
Salewa is a mountain brand based in the heart of the Dolomites with many years of experience in producing great products and accessories for mountain activity and leisure.
The aggressive look and design make these shoes very appealing particularly to a mountain hiker in look for something more robust and durable.
As you put them on, you realise that they’re also very comfortable with a well cushioned footbed that keeps away moisture helping to keep your feet cooler and dryer.
Extended lacing system all the way down to the toe setion allows you to firmly wrap and adjust the fitting to your needs.
The sole is made of VIBRAM rubber compound that provides an amazing grip on all surfaces and in both wet and dry conditions.
With the Gore-Tex membrane inside the shoes are also waterproof and breathable, perfect combination to help you enjoy the most your adventures in the outdoors.
In conclusion, if you are looking for a good pair of shoes for your mountain hikes, reinforced and robust in the toe section for some easy climbing, with a great grip on all surfaces, waterproof and breathable and also comfortable, you won’t be disappointed by the Wildfire GTX from Salewa.
After experiencing a lot of pain using a bike saddle that wasn’t good for me, the Selle Italia Monolink, I’ve decided to test another model but still giving a chance to Selle Italia as a brand. This new one to test is the Selle Italia SLR Superflow and it’s shaped with a major cut-out to allow ventilation as you ride. From Selle Italia’ website: “SLR Superflow L. The optimal sitting position on the toughest saddle
The sophistication and strength of the SLR range are combined with the benefits of SuperFlow technology to maximise your riding experience with an optimal saddle position.”
I haven’t used it for too long, but I can already say that it’s a much better design and comfortable saddle to ride, particarly at the moment, been summer and at 30*C the ventilation really helps.
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Hello viewers. I’ve got this little camera, the Canon Powershot SX720HS, which is a pocket camera that I love, because I can take it with me on on all my outdoors activities however, I have never particularly liked this lens cover curtain that most pocket cameras have as I thought I was going to break it..
and in fact I did break it, and so I came up with a D.I.Y., solution.
I measured the outside of the lens, which is 55mm and I went to find a jar lid, and I found this one, pretty much of the same size, and I micro-adjusted with a tin-can opener to make it a snug fit.
You can make it as snug as you want, easy to take it on and off when you want to take a photo, and this way the camera lens is much more protected. I can put it in my pocket, without worrying, it can get hit without breaking anything anymore. So, just a quick tip for today’s video, I hope you like it and find it useful, because maybe this has happened to you as well. You’re welcome to LIKE the video by pressing the like button below, to SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL for more videos to come, and to leave a comment below if you have any thoughts or questions about it. See you next time!
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A beautiful powder skiing day Gopro Hero 6 Black skiing handheld stabilization test. CLICK HERE TO GET YOURS ON AMAZON https://goo.gl/Vpvm11 The stabilization system of the Gopro Hero 6 Black does a pretty good job whilst powder skiing handheld, even better than the Gopro Hero 5 Black which was already pretty good. A fresh snow has fallen overnight at the end of March, makes a great opportunity to learn, practice and/or to improve your powder skiing technique. The Gopro is a great little camera, a fantastic tool to have in your ski jacket pocket and use it here and there to capture some great footage of your favourite action sport outdoors. I like to just handheld it as that gives me the flexibility of moving it and position it in every angle and direction quickly, which i wouldn’t be able to do if it was mounted on the ski helmet for example. The Gopro Hero 6 Black has this new zoom feature which allows to be a bit more far apart from your subject and still getting it to fill the frame. I like to use the Linear mode most of the times, then switching to a wide angle view when shooting an expansive landscape. The audio from the inbuilt microphone seems to have improved from the previous Gopro’s ..even from the Hero 5 black The battery life also seems to have improved as well, I could shoot all day out skiing without running out of power. I do however only turn it on to get the clip i want, then turn it off and I put it back in the pocket. Using it this way compared to having it mounted all day on the helmet helps to increase the battery life.
This video was all captured in 1080p at 60fps and no color grading or post processing done, it’s all footage straight out of the camera. Thank you for passing by and for reading this post and for watching the video, if you have any question, you’re welcome to post them in the comment section below the video here on Youtube. If you liked the video, you’re also welcome to press the LIKE button below, and to subscribe to the channel Fabulous Sport Outdoors and to click on the bell to keep informed about next videos coming up on the channel. Tank you again and.. see you in the next video! If you need extra stabilization, check out our quick first look at the Zhiyun Smooth Q Gimbal Smartphone Stabilizer Test Review by Fabulous Outdoors https://fabulousoutdoors.wordpress.com Get it from Amazon: https://goo.gl/QiLwGL It works with the Gopro too! 😉 Music Credits: “Fresh Fallen Snow” from the Youtube Audio Library