My good friend Antony Watson and I were standing around at a nearby nature reserve late last year and decided we would make a short video of the differences between the original Gura Gear Kiboko and the new Bataflae 32L camera bag whilst we waited for the light to improve. It just so happened that between us we had the original Kiboko, the new Bataflae 32L and the Bataflae 26L in the field as well as enough hands, gear and motivation to make a couple of short videos. This first video is a straight comparison of the differences between the original Kiboko and the newly designed (and I think much improved) Bataflae 32L.
In part two of the new Gura Gear Bataflae series of videos we have a look at just what I pack in my camera bag for both international travel and local landscape photography. Depending on where I am travelling and what I am shooting I occasionally swap lenses in and out of this collection. As you will see, you can fit quite a bit of gear in a Bataflae 32L! I actually discovered another tele-converter in the bag on top of all the other equipment when I was repacking the bag after we finished filming. Just click on the image to watch the video via You Tube. I hope you enjoy.
Pre Production prototype review of the new Canon 200-400mm F4L IS Telephoto Lens with inbuilt 1.4 teleconverter on the Canon 1DX camera with Landscape Nature and Wilderness Photographer Joshua Holko - photographyexpeditions.com