These two new photography packs from f-stop are the latest from the famed company and they don’t disappoint.
The Fitzroy is a sling style pack and I’ll start off by saying that I’ve never been a big fan of this format simply because putting all that weight on one side of the body, on one shoulder, has never been good for me. I was one of those kids who would let their backpacks hang from one strap to look cool and casual but would, and still do, travel with both straps firmly balanced on my back. Alas, for the sake of science and The Outdoor Journal, I decided to spend a few days around Paris with Fitz and its larger brother, Dalston, to see what they could offer on an urban photo outing. Fitzroy Sling Style [caption id="attachment_9642" align="aligncenter" width="1064"] Perfect for shooting in an urban environment.
F-stop’s photo backpacks for adventurers have something of a legendary status amongst serious adventure photographers.
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