Fuji X-M1 Camera — Junk in the Trunk

Fuji's mirrorless camera takes beautiful pictures at an appealing price

I’ve had the chance to shoot with a couple of these cameras including, most recently, Fuji’s X-M1. It sits a couple steps below the company’s premier mirrorless cameras, like their X-T1, and therefore lacks some important features, like a traditional eye-level viewfinder. But what it lacks in features, it makes up for in image quality.

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The Alternative Skier Responsibility Code

Know the Code, #39: The '80s were skiing's most flamboyant decade. Reliving it is encouraged.

Know the Code, #39: The ’80s were skiing’s most flamboyant decade. Reliving it is encouraged.


Video: Sandy Boville’s One Day Wonder

How many laps in the park can Boville hit in one day?

Just in case you forgot why Sandy Boville took home Breakthrough Performance at the 2013 POWDER Awards and was a Superunknown X Finalist, here’s an edit from Boville’s home mountain, Mount St. Luis Moonstone, way up in Ontario, Canada.


Week in Review: Bode Miller is an American hero!

Jackson Hole’s new lift! Sage gets married! Drink PBR! Why are you on a computer!?

All the news fit for skiing the week ending July 4, 2014. This time, the patriot version.


The Powder Library: At Ease

U.S. soldiers get some R&R while skiing in Germany

Looking back to POWDER Magazine’s 2009 article “At Ease.” U.S. soldiers rest and recuperate while skiing in Germany.


Big Wave Skiing

Why surf when you can ski?

And on the second day, God made wave skiing. Wait, what? Is this a real thing? Kind of. While we’ve seen it before, it seems to be taken to another level here with the whole speed suit, goggles, and helmet as the costume de rigeur, not to mention a melodramatic soundtrack fitting for an episode of “24″. Willy Bogner shows us how it’s—apparently—done, but we have to ask, are you really accomplishing anything there by pushing with those poles, bud?


Dumpage in the Southern Hemisphere

Snow is falling in New Zealand, Australia, Chile, and Argentina

A cool 8 inches blew in overnight at Treble Cone, the largest ski area in the south island of New Zealand, with ski resort officials saying there’s even more snow higher up. That nice layer of fresh combined snowmaking efforts and the Wanaka-based ski area is opening up and spinning lifts on Friday, July 4.

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The Odds Are Good: Getting into Canada

Or not getting in, as the case may be

Enough minutes ticked by that we started to joke about what could be going wrong (maybe she went for a Tim Hortons run?) and one of the guys in the car mentioned—oh by the way—that he’d actually run in to some trouble with the Canadian government before. Some kind of weed-related incident in high school. And then the other guy dropped that he had a sticky charge on his record, too. Something to do with illegal explosives in Utah. “Yeah,” he said. “I think it’s maybe technically a felony.” Maybe? Technically? “I can usually get out of the country,” he said. “Canada is tough sometimes.”


The Alternative Skier Responsibility Code

Know the Code, #324: There’s no such thing as bad snow. Only bad skiers.

Know The Code, #56: There’s no such thing as bad snow. Only bad skiers.


Week In Review: America, Where Horses Pull Skiers

Swiss ski area breaks up, Utah is still a mess, and heli shots made easy

All the news fit for skiing the week ending June 27, 2014.


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