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Photo backpack made from plastic bottles? The new photoliner Ocean M!

Fotorucksack aus Plastikflaschen? Der neue Fotoliner Ocean M!

Gradually, more and more photographers are testing our various new backpacks Series Fotoliner Oceann“. Photographer Alessandro Schulze has also tried it out in the  Size M and the color petrol.

For example, in his contribution, which takes place in the forest, Alessandro goes to the Backpack dimensions that are shown to their best advantage in the video. The reason for this is that Alessandro presents the backpack on a bench while he himself is sitting next to it, which gives you a pretty good size comparison.

The clips close very well and the seams also withstand greater forcess

He himself thinks so tripod, the one on the back of the backpack can be attached, pulls the backpack a little backwards. But I have to say that it's not that noticeable given the small size, explains the photographer.f.

He is convinced of the backpack, among other things, because the Clips particularly well close and also the seams from the photographer's point of view greater powers stand up to being pushed.

Rollei Fotoliner Ocean M Rucksack

Layout completely individually divisible

The part of the video in which Alessandro Schulze opens the backpack completely and presents his very personal layout is also interesting. Because you can see what is actually in these medium sized backpack the size M fits in.

With Alessandro, that's a big one Tamron lens, his Sony camera, a additional lens and besides filter included filter holder. In the inside of the bag, which closes the main compartment, there is usually a slot laptop or tablet accommodate, but in his case there is also space for a college block.

Rollei Fotoliner Ocean M in Petrol

New input for our SD card compartment

Alessandro has an exciting idea that we might even take up next time when it comes to the SD card compartment goes, which is also housed on the inside. He would have liked to have had a few more compartments, perhaps even numbered, as he explains. An interesting idea.e.

Overall, professional photographer Alessandro Schulze is noticeably with the Backpack satisfied, which we are of course very happy about.

 


More from Alessandro Schulze

Alessandro Schulze from Vogtland started photography as a teenager and is engaged in landscape photography. The Landscape fever draws him more and more often into nature and further and further away. He is traveling in a VW T4 that he has converted himself. In addition to his Instagram account and website, Alessandro also runs a YouTube channel.

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