Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack 200EG
Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack 200EG for Canon EOS SLR Cameras (Black with Green Accent)
On Amazon, I found that 1488 people reviewed this product.
68 people uploaded images of their personal backpacks. At first, I thought, how great! People made useful observations about loading their equipment and they offered clever tips such as including a camelback inside the backpack so that water, via tubing, would be available during the entire hike. So, I was lulled. I admit it. It was, I am abashed to say, a bit like the first time I saw a porno flick. I did so in a course on Human Sexuality at Amherst College. It took me a couple of minutes to get
o r i e n t e d -- if you know what I mean --. I had a tad bit of difficulty sorting out what was what and what was where. When I did, I got it. Well, same with the bags. I looked at picture after picture of neatly packed bags without noticing a cohesive theme at all. Then, around picture 37, a thought started to bubble to the surface. I rejected it. At image 45, I became convinced. I noticed that there was a direct correlation between the size of the lens with the position of the picture in the queue. In other words, the lens grew larger with each picture upon which I clicked. There were a few spurious photos that threw the trend, but it was impossible to deny. There was a game of one-ups-men (excuse the pun) going on here. Apparently the “mine-is-bigger-than-yours” holds true in camera lens size just as much as it did in my course at Amherst College. There are some inalienable truths about men.