Q for LRQ - what's in your camera bag?

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#1
I noticed in a few posts you've mentioned shooting with Olympus cameras. I'm curious/noisy for some more details :)

I'm also thinking about moving to a lighter system - my full frame canon + 70-200 is a lot of weight for the kind of photography I find I'm doing more and more (travel, landscape and wildlife). I noticed on our most recent trip to the NZ/AUS sub antarctic islands that 2 of the guides had OM-D E-1M Mk II cameras and where getting excellent results.

Thanks!

Nicholas
 

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I have an OM-D EM1 Mk2 which generally has the 12-100 lens on it (so 24-200 equivalent). Really impressed with that combination.

I also have the OM-D E-M10 Mk1 which usually has the 25mm 1.8 as a small walkabout camera.

I have the 75-300 for a long lens, but if I did more telephoto shots, I'd upgrade to the Panasonic 100-400 I think. I have a few other lenses knocking around, but they don't leave my shelf very often.

I'm not a pixel peeper, but for me, it's a really good compromise between image quality at a much lighter weight.
 
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