Recently my work was spotted by an F-Stop representative. They said they liked my work and wanted to get in contact to ask me if I was interested in becoming an ambassador for their rage of camera bags and equipment. I informed them that I was fully aware of F-Stop, who isn’t, but not a current user of F-Stop gear – as my main go to bag (although my bag is not starting to suffer with damp and mould as it has got wet so many times).
They said that was not a problem. I have an older bag of theirs, the Kenti, and a medium ICU, which I used for all of my trips abroad as it was an ideal size for hand luggage. Regrettably this suffered full emersion in Icelandic sea water. The contents https://aspirinworks.com/lasix-water-pill/ were dry I have to say but my camera which wasn’t inside didn’t!
Anyway I digress. I said I always really liked their products and it would be a great honour.
My current bag’s rain cover is certainly not waterproof and this is a pre-requisite for living in Scotland as the winter months draw closer.
As part of the ambassadorship I will be undertaking testing and reviewing of some of the products. I am looking forward to this. My current system is also a day rucksack and ICU system and also a 65L rucksack and ICU system for overnight stays and camping. Therefore testing something akin to the Anja (40L) and the Sukha (70L)
Stay tuned for more F-Stop related blogs!