Sony RX1R II Palm-Sized Pro Camera

ICYMI, and shared earlier this week on Medium, full-frame mobile photography goes next level with the Sony RX1R II.

Read about the A7R11 in Issue 28 of our magazine next week, and my take on the A7R from last year. Also on newsstands next month, in time for the holidays, stories from me about traveling and shooting with mirrorless cameras will run in DPMag and DPPmag.

Red Bulling and Free Falling


The Redbull Rampage is happening live now and earlier in the week, Claudio Caluori previewed the course. What he was so scared about, happened when Richoli Rogatkin tried to scrub speed before the biggest drop in his run. The front wheel washed out and he fell off a 75-foot cliff. In Red Bull parlance, that was rad, and then he proceeded to sail over the hugely intimidating canyon gap and followed it up with a backflip at the end of his run.

N1NO Relaxing

We’ve been following and sharing N1NO edits this summer. Now with the season over, and a World Championship win, here’a short video of him enjoying some of the best singletrails Switzerland has to offer.


N1NO Spark 700 RC

Valkenburg Teaser

Get your stream figured out to watch this race live when the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup heads to the famous Cauberg climb in Valkenburg, Netherlands.


Uploaded to Flickr by jdegraaf

Zwift Launches Structured Training And Monthly Subscription Plan


Later this month on the 29th, Zwift, an indoor cycling fitness entertainer, will introduce a new structured training program for a monthly fee. Living in the Pacific Northwest and self employed, if I’m inside riding, then the weather is REALLY bad or I didn’t plan my work week right. But for those that appreciate a good hard workout in front of their TV or computer with other players, Zwift is popular and over 300,000 rides covering 4.5 million miles have been virtually ridden. The structured training

  • Will launch as a Beta product with a selection of workouts
  • Will start with some pre-programmed workouts and will move to supporting user generated/created workouts
  • Others will be able to see when you are doing a workout by color coded hologram screen out front so they’ll know when you’re giving it a hard effort
  • ERG mode is supported on most smart trainers, to help you do near perfect intervals

Even though I have the worst-possible trainer discipline and will ride in all conditions but golf-ball hail and fog, I did spend time on the trainer a few seasons ago getting ready for CX Worlds. At that time, using the applications were harder than the workouts because of the software. Zwift is successful because they figured out a marketing opportunity and how to easily onboard users and make it fun. Call it gamified or whatever, Zwift is more entertaining than the reality TV I’d watch with the 80s metal playlist blasting, sweating into a towel.

When it launches, the new service will cost $10 or £8 with no commitment, except for you to get on the trainer. Who knows, maybe you’ll see me on there too….

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