Monday, August 1, 2016

Mindshift Gear Panorama Backpack, Filter Hive & Ultralight Camera Cover (Corrected 8/2/16)


MindShift Gear Rotation180° Panorama Backpack

MindShift Gear has a cool rotating day hike backpack called the lightweight rotation180 ° Panorama that is available for order here.  Designed for those who want quick access outdoors to their cameras, binoculars, GPS devices, nature identification books, maps, iPads, and more, the rotation180° Panorama’s belt pack rotates to the front for quick gear access and without first having to take off the backpack or even stop hiking.   Its upper compartment has room for a 3 liter hydration bladder, jackets, food, and the like.

In addition, MindShift has some great accessories for outdoor photographers:

  • The Filter Hive (review) is the first case designed for quick access to round, square, and rectangular camera lens filtersThe Filter Hive solves organizational and functional problems of conservation, landscape, outdoor action, and wildlife photographers who need quick access to filters of different shapes.  The filter case resembles a bee hive with padded, felt-lined slots that protect delicate glass and resin filters.
  • The UltraLight Camera Cover is the lightest, most compact camera cover for outdoor photographyAvailable in three sizes, this “skin-style” camera pouch/cover is designed for outdoor, nature, and action photographers who wear a normal or pro DSLR camera with small to medium lens out on their chest, ready to shoot. Its adjustable shock-cord on lid allows the cover to fit multiple camera and lens combinations. 

All products are available and ready for shipment today!

Compared to the Rotation 180

Front View - Panorama (left) Original Rotation 180 (right)

Side View - Panorama (left) Original Rotation 180 (right)

Back View - Panorama (left) Original Rotation 180 (right)

Video Walkthrough

Here’s a quick overview of this bag as it arrived. If there’s enough interest, I’ll do another review later after I’ve had some time to use it and that will feature camera gear.

Conclusion

I got one of these bags to review and it’s a pretty cool bag. I like the size much better than the original back because this seems better suited for the day hike whereas the original is more for the long and/or overnight hike. Both are extremely well made and very light, so I think people who try these bags out are really going to love them! It's also a big plus for outdoor adventures who need a lightweight bag for their gear but also one that can carry their hydration bladders.

Where to order

Click here to learn more or order at the MindShift Gear web site.

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