Hot answers tagged equipment-recommendation
You will want to use a dry sand or dirt free from organic material such as grass or leaves. Wet sand or dirt with organic material can rot and decompose creating problems with mold, mildew, or unpleasant odors. Dry sand can be purchased at almost any hardware store (Home Depot, Lowes, Ace, True Value...) and it has already been washed and screened for ...
If it's only for DSLR try put it inside your shirt hung by your neck. Specially at autumn/winter with sweaters works for me.
I don't think you need anything specially designed for cycling, what are you doing with your other gear you take cycling, mobile phone etc? It depends on the size of the bag but you can get different size covers which go over the top or a large zip lock bag. It's also possible to buy a range of camera backpacks which are either waterproof or come with a ...
I'm late to this question, but anyone else making a similar choice should consider that most modern DSLR's lack the optical focusing aids that were standard on manual focus cameras, and using an old lens on a new camera without some sort of aid may be more difficult than using the lens on the old camera. Back before autofocus was a standard feature (or even ...
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible