Todd Gregory

Todd Gregory

Okinawa, Japan

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Todd Gregory's Passions

Road Running
Camping
Swimming

Todd Gregory's Bio

Currently stationed in Okinawa, Japan. It is a tropical paradise! Diving, snorkeling, camping, OH MY!

Todd Gregory

Todd Gregory wrote an answer about on July 7, 2013

I have worn this hat in the ocean quite a bit and it does pretty good. The brim does flop down a little when full of water, but not enough to get in your face. Wring it out and you are back in business. Make sure you use the chin strap for cliff jumping. Good luck.

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Todd Gregory wrote a review of on July 6, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

What is the best camera bag for me? I think all photographers have asked that question a time or two. Having used the standard black ballistic nylon bags from various makers I can tell you that they were not fitting in with our active lifestyle in Okinawa, Japan. We like to walk to the beach to photograph the sunset then trek through Japanese gardens to use a macro lens on the cool exotic flowers and bugs. The Flipside sport 20 AW gets it done. It is a technically oriented backpack that feels great on your back. The straps are breathable and cut like a professional pack. The side pockets and straps have plenty of room for your non-photographic gear. The tripod attachment system is money, no slip-sliding around or making you a double wide. I like that the entry to the camera section is on the back. When the rain fly is on you set the pack down to get out your rig and the waterproof fly is on the ground not the part of the pack that will go back on your back. This guy has room for lots of gear. We take our whole kit and there is room to expand. If you are a more active photographer consider the Flipside Sport 20 AW, you will not regret it.

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