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After we built several solutions for ‘big glass’ (the Boris and Bertik) we felt there was room for a smaller companion. A backpack for everyday use, with the convenience of a photo backpack. It is a smaller photo backpack but it will fit easily a 100-400mm or a fast 70-200 and a few smaller lenses […]Read More
The drysuit for photographers One of the problems you encounter when using a floating hide is the use of waterproof clothing. The cheapest solution is a pair of waders with a high closure but these always imply some risk of accidentally filling up. Because the water in the boots is trapped you will tumble upside down […]Read More
By Amar and Isabell Guillen Taking a picture from water’s level requires the use of a floating hide. The choice of this tool is essential for the realization of interesting and creative photos. For years, we used handcrafted floating hides. Recently, we discovered the company MrJan Gear which designs and manufactures floating hides that perfectly […]Read More
Some of the features of the MrJan Gear backpacks go quite unnoticed. Like the grips or the ‘handlebars’. We make them gigantic. Not just because bigger is better but because we like to pay attention to the extremes. A grip is needed to grab your bag and get a grip to it right away. Also […]Read More
The evolution of the Boris backpack followed a normal, logical cycle of design. For some time, nothing was happening and then it went into a fast change. The power behind the changes was not competition, or a struggle for life, survival of the fittest or whatever, instead we wanted to set up our own production […]Read More