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ShotKit review

One of the fascinations with photography is that fundamentally every camera is exactly the same as it has a lens that focuses light onto an imaging device, that device used to be film but is primarily a digital sensor these days. We all have an opinion on what is the best camera to use but regardless of these fundamentals there is a massive interest from photographers as to what other photographers carry around in their kit bag.

This interest has spawned a fascinating website ShotKit and many f-stop Staff Pro’s, such as Tim KempleUlla LohmanTim Korbmacherand Gavin Gough amongst many others have had their kit bags laid bare.

One of the fascinations with photography is that fundamentally every camera is exactly the same as it has a lens that focuses light onto an imaging device, that device used to be film but is primarily a digital sensor these days. We all have an opinion on what is the best camera to use but regardless of these fundamentals there is a massive interest from photographers as to what other photographers carry around in their kit bag.

This interest has spawned a fascinating website ShotKit and many f-stop Staff Pro’s, such as Tim KempleUlla LohmanTim Korbmacherand Gavin Gough amongst many others have had their kit bags laid bare.

When we launched the 2015 Mountain Series last year we obviously wanted to get these packs into the hands of a bunch of different guys and having been following what Mark had been doing at ShotKit, we decided to get in touch.

A few months later and Shotkit has finally published their review, I have to say that we are pretty stoked with the outcome…
Read what the Shotkit team has to say for yourself here
Check out the Tilopa in more detail…