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.
It’s recommended to get the bundle deal with two extra batteries, the multiple chargers and the nice bag that goes with it.
However if you want just to get the drone Mavic PRO, it’s at a great discouted price on here: Dji Global Website
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We’ll be making more videos on this channel Fabulous Sport Outdoors about how to fly a drone, video tutorials, filming tips and tricks to help everyone interested in these fabulous devices, and in photography / filmmaking.
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A GoPro Hero 5 Black video footage filming a mountain river water flowing filmed at different frame rate to show the difference in the video resolution quality. Original audio sound with the camera in the GoPro original case, which always decreases the quality of the sound.
I’ll be posting a video tutorial in how to record better sound with your GoPro, tips and tricks to get the best out of this fantastic little action camera and to improve the quality of videos, filmmaking and documentaries.
Played back at 30 FPS as standard Windows Movie Maker settings and then slowed it down or speeded it up.
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After numerous frustrating attempts to connect my old Garmin Edge to the Garmin Connect website, I was after a different bike computer that provided a similar amount of data and functions. I was then recommended to take a look at the Wahoo products, and here’s my first thoughts on the Elemnt computer bundle.
I’m not particularly a fan of the unboxing reviews, but this time I was pleasantly surprised on the packaging design and descriptions.
The package unfolds giving you a quick idea on all the functions and the different screen displays that you can then customise, but more about that later.
The box opens like a drawer where the device rests firmly inside a molded cover.
Once the cover is removed, you’ll find the “Quick Start Guide” booklet that basically tells you to download the App and to synchronise it with your smartphone.
In the bundle package, you’ll have the cadence sensor, the heart rate monitor belt, a speed sensor, different bike handlebars mounts, and the charging cable that I was very pleased to see is a commonly used micro-USB rather than a original different one that I’ll end up losing or forgetting at home when needed.
It’s interesting to see how nowadays there seems to be less informational booklets, but instead the manufacturers send you to either a website page, a video or a phone app like in this case.
Most of the settings, syncing and connecting has to be made via the mobile app, which is surprisingly easy and straight forward.
I like the fact that you can have as much or as little information on your screen. With a simple click on the button on the right, as shown in the photo above, you can zoom in or out, and by doing so the display shows more or less information to read as you cycle.
Another thing that attracted my curiosity in the Elemnt, is that it connects and it syncs with most devices, apps and training tools you might want to use either from now or eventually at a later time in the future such as Strava, RideWithGps,
I’ve chosen to start by reviewing the Elemnt prior to the newer Elemnt Bolt as it’s slightly bigger, so for navigation purposes as a tour guide, it’s an advantage over the smaller one. It comes with 3 different mounts, so it can be mounted on the handlebar stem or in front of it, whichever way suits your preference.
Anyway, it’s now time to go and test it on the road.
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Once the photography passion is in your veins, you can’t leave the house without a camera. Your professional or semi-professional camera equipment is just too heavy and bulky to carry around with you at all time. At the same time, the mobile phone isn’t just satisfying your photography needs, so you suddenly realise that the time of getting yourself a more portable camera has come. For this reason, I’ve tested a few compact cameras and in this blog post we give a closer look at the Canon Sx 720 Hs.
This camera’s caught my attention for quite a few aspects:
The 40x Zoom which is the equivalent of a 24-960mm zoom of a 35mm sensor camera – The very interesting medium-low price range, so it’s a lot of camera for the money – A good image quality regardless of the small 1/2.3 inch sensor – The great advantages of having a camera always with you and that it can easily fit in your jeans pocket. Of course you can’t expect to have the same low light performance you have with a DSLR full frame or APS-c sensors, but that’s not the main reason you would have purchased this camera. As an outdoor sport’s professional, I need a small portable camera to shoot skiing, cycling, landscapes and travel, so mostly daylight photography. In this test it was actually a misty day with great sky and haze in the mountains, but the images captured are still of a pretty good quality.
See the YouTube video of our Photo Walk in the mountains: