The latest addition to my camera gear is a f-stop Smoky Mountain backpack.  It is one of the products in the Millar Series preview program.  It is a light-weighted backpack for everyday use carrying a camera and two lens.  I normally place my Leica M mounted with the Summicron-M 50mm f/2.0 or Summicron-M 35mm f/2.0 in it.

The weight is acceptable and the quality of f-stop bags is beyond any doubt.  Previously I used the Brandon in elm colour.  It is also a very light bag and can hold a camera with at least two lens, some accessories and a pocket to place your iPad in normal size. Blue is also a wonderful colour to the Brandon.

The f-stop Smoky Mountain backpack is priced at US$99.  If you order it from their online store, please be aware of the postage sent to your home country. At the moment the Australian dollar is weak against the greenback.  I ended up paying about AU$140 to AU$150.

This time instead of writing a lengthy review, I shot it in the form of a video with a nice piece of music as background.  This is only a short impression tour and I have no intention to name it as a user test.

Hope you enjoy watching my impression of the product in another format.  The video was originally shot as an assignment for the Adobe Generation Professional: Video course.

My new backpack from Wing Yiu on Vimeo.

Featured image: Bowral Milk Factory.  Leica M (Type 240) with Summicron-M 35mm, ISO200, f/2.8, 1/350 sec
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