Subject: Re: A Few Shots From South Africa
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On Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 9:10:12 PM UTC-5, Savageduck wrote:
> ...
> BTW: working with the iPad Pro, Smart Keyboard and, Apple Pencil has been
> so much better than only having the iPhone on this trip. I had considered a
> new laptop, but in so many ways the iPad has proven to have been the better
> choice for me. Strange to think that my old 17 inch MBP used to be on the
> road with me with all that needed. Now I can just slip the iPad into my
> camera bag, and it takes up little space without adding much weight. My
> camera bag for this trip is a Think Tank “Retrospective 30” which hold both
> cameras, five lenses, batteries, iPad, and some other stuff. For the
> airlines it works as my personal item along with my carry-on. There is no
> way my cameras are going into checked baggage.

Think Tank “Retrospective 30”, eh?

Dang, looks like I might have YA new camera bag in my future!  ;-)