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The photographers daypack - part 1: the bare essentials

Some handy tips for all.

https://emulsive.org/articles/the-ph...ay-pack-part-1

(Be sure to read the comments at the end.)

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Re: The photographers daypack - part 1: the bare essentials

If I add up my cameras that I take out on a jaunt, its usually three...………

Oly Em1ii, TG-5 and Apple smartphone...….
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Re: The photographers daypack - part 1: the bare essentials

I’ve always got my smartphone in my pocket but otherwise it would depend on where I’m going or what I plan to photograph. If it’s a slow walk round a bird reserve then it’s always the EM-1 and Panny 100-400 plus spare battery and card, plus bins and batteries for same. Anything else and the EM-1 with 12-100 goes along in a back pack too, usually carried by wife if I can persuade her. Holidays then everything goes!
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Re: The photographers daypack - part 1: the bare essentials

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....usually carried by wife if I can persuade her. .....
You are so fortunate. My wife makes me carry her stylus 1
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