These boots thus far have been waterproof and very comfortable. Time to put them to the test and see if they out last other brands.
Picked up a Canon 10-22mm 3.5/4.5f. USM and doing side by side comparisons with the Tokina 11-16mm 2.8f. DX ii.
Results so far.
Tokina is heavier and better at low light but has a softer focus on the edges and also has a better color to the photo.
Canon is clear and crisp but has a slower aperture setting it also gives more zoom abilities and also can focus at a shorter distance.
Both lenses do a good job keeping lines somewhat normal for being a
ultra wide angle and are both very well made.
Both lenses are hovering around 600$
It’s a great portable shelter that can be set up quick and easily that provides protection from bugs with mesh netting that runs the full length of the hammock, and a wind/ sun/ rain shelter with the rainfly.
Expedition Zip 2lbs
Height limit: 6′ tall / 180 cm
Weight limit: 250 lbs / 115 kg
Hammock fabric: 210 D oxford nylon
Hammock dimensions: 100″ x 52″‘ (diagonal)
Mesh: 30D polyester No-See-Um netting
Suspending ropes: 10′ long 1600 lb. test polyester rope
30D Silnylon Monsoon Rainfly
18 oz. 8 tie out points including side panels for harsh conditions
shock cord & nylon cord provided
Estes Park Colorado
Signal Mountain Trail Roundtrip: 12.0 miles
Total elev. chg.: 3,104′
High elevation: 11,200′
TH open year round
The lower portion of this trail follows the pleasant banks of Pennock Creek through shady forest at the bottom of a deep valley, while the upper portion tops out on the alpine tundra on the flank of Signal Mountain.