1 week ago
Here’s an excerpt from my latest blog about a recent trip to Glacier NP. Follow the link in my bio to read more. .
...The most difficult aspect of the trip was finding balance between the gear I wanted to take and my ability to lug it around without being completely exhausted to the point I wouldn’t enjoy the trip. I have plenty of equipment to choose from, but ultimately I settled on the Sony a6400 with the Sony E 10-18mm f/4 OSS lens and the RX10 Mark IV. With this combination, I had everything from 15mm to 600mm covered. I needed the ultra-wide lens for majestic landscapes; and the superzoom for any wildlife I might encounter. Other equipment I carried were: hiking poles; a lightweight tripod; circularizer polarizer; 6, and 10 stop neutral density filters; remote shutter release; cleaning cloths; 72mm to 62mm step-down ring (the RX10 IV has 72mm lens filter threads and the 10-18mm f/4 lens has 62mm); and some extra batteries (the RX10 IV and a6400 use the same battery, btw…score!). I carried all this with room to spare in a LowePro Whistler 350 AW II backpack...
#Sony #a6400 | Sony 10-18mm f/4
f/8 | ISO 100 | 1/3 sec
@SonyAlpha #BeAlpha #AlphaCollective #findyourpark @glaciernps #glaciernationalpark #loweprocapturelife