The ultimate photography kit: what’s in our camera bag
Weather sealing – this was essential to us. We didn’t want to worry every time our camera could get wet because of a waterfall’s spray mist or would end up in the sand.
Wifi-connection – When travelling as a couple, we want to memorialize moments with both of us in the picture. Setting op 10 second timers worked in the past, though not very well. Sprinting to get in place for your picture and having to do that several times before getting a good shot was tiresome. Canon has its own app that allow you to see your photo live on your smartphone so you can check how it looks before you snap the shot. Perfect!
Low light performance – As we’re keen on focusing more on food photography and capturing the stars, so this was a no brainer.
Good lenses – Let’s be real. Buying a DSLR camera can be expensive. Canon has a wide range of lenses which caters to most photographer’s needs and budgets. Having a good lens is essential for your photography, though. That’s why we rather invest in some good lenses instead of spending heap loads of money on an expensive camera body and then having to buy cheap lenses because we run out of budget.
IPONE 8 PLUS
PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-FZ70
CANON EF 50MM F/1.8
Bought in 2018
CANON EF-S 17-55MM F/2.8 IS USM
CANON EF-S 10-22MM F/3.5-4.5 USM
CANON EF-S 24MM F/2.8