Month: January 2021

The Fujifilm GFX100S is built around a 102-megapixel medium format sensor. Fujifilm today introduced the GFX100S mirrorless medium format camera that offers similar performance to the GFX100 which debuted in 2019, but with a smaller form factor and a considerably lower price. Like the GFX100, the Fujifilm GFX100S features a 102-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor with
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Derrek Sigler   01.25.21 Whenever there is some kind of serious emergency, whether it’s a natural disaster, or a national crisis, basic things can be scarce. In these times, you can rest easy, because you have the life skills of a true outdoor enthusiast. It’s not a bad idea to have a simple, portable fishing kit handy
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Photo By Dutch Dyer “The cold morning air in Bojanala can make you hunt those warm rays of South African sunshine just to break the chill,” explains Dutch Dyer. “Several hours into a guided photo safari in the Pilanesberg Game Reserve, we had been on the hunt for some of that sunshine along with what
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This is my backpacking food for 6 days for 84 miles on the Susquehannock Trail. The Susquehannock Trail is an 84 mile loop trail located in north central PA. 🔥 MY GO TO GEAR 🔥 Hilltop Packs Raven UL40 Ultralight Backpack – http://partners.hilltoppacks.com/155404/10882 Hilltop Packs Food Bag – http://partners.hilltoppacks.com/155404/10882 Hilltop Packs Dry Bags – http://partners.hilltoppacks.com/155404/10882
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Photo By Krish Chandran Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Mottled Wood Owls” by Krish Chandran. Location: Pune, India. Want to get your images in the running for a Photo of the Day feature? Photo of the Day is chosen from various galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the website
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   01.27.21 A senator in San Francisco has introduced a bill to ban black bear hunting throughout the state of California. Setting aside a thriving bear population and numerous reports of conflicts involving run-ins with people at popular tourist spots. On Monday, state Sen. Scott Wiener (D) introduced Senate Bill 252, “The Bear
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Congratulations to Saradwata Sarkar for winning the Fall Sunsets Assignment with the image, “The Belt of Venus on the Grand Canyon.” See more of Sarkar’s photography at www.fromdelhitocali.com. View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots!
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ice fishing If you’ve ever driven by a lake during winter in the colder states, there’s often an angler or two out there by a hole on the ice, waiting for the catch. Ice fishing has been practiced for thousands of years, but it will only yield its rewards after great patience, knowledge and skill.
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The Sony Alpha 1 features a new 50.1-megapixel full-frame stacked image sensor. Sony today introduced the Alpha 1, the new flagship camera of its full-frame mirrorless system. The Alpha 1 includes several benchmark-setting improvements over the company’s previous flagship, the a9 II, that make it an incredibly powerful camera for both landscape and wildlife photography.
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Forgo the bulk and up your EDC game with the best minimalist wallets available. Here’s a hard truth: we don’t see baggy jeans coming back any time soon. And these fitted pants we’re wearing now just don’t have room for the bulky wallets that we grew up with. Slim and sleek, minimalist wallets are a
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The 900 miles along the California Pacific Coast, strewn with dramatic rocky cliffs, sandy beaches, majestic mountains, desert lands and redwood forests, offer enormous opportunity for photography. Coastal redwoods occupy a narrow strip of land approximately 470 miles in length and 5 to 47 miles in width along the Pacific Coast; the most southerly grove is in
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