It has been over a month since I posted on my blog. Here is the excuse – I left for an Iceland trip (the third one this year).  We did a complete circle around the island and more.  It was an incredible trip.  Many images – downloaded but not reviewed yet.  Came back to the USA for three days – enough time to pack for the next excursion – Africa. Specifically South Africa and Botswana.  A WOW trip.  Flew back on Thursday arriving at 11:30 AM.  Home by 1:00 PM – a quick switch of suitcases, shower and off to Amherst for the 69th annual NECCC conference.  This is undoubtedly the best photography related event in the US if not the world.  Next year it will be extra special – the 70th.

It has been a lot of fun and getting used to the mirror-less world.  Took a Sony A7R full frame, Panasonic GH4 and Olympus OMD EM1, both MFT bodies with a full compliment of lenses from 7 to 300 mm (14 to 600 equivalent in full frame terms)  I have never been happier – small, light, easy, and super image quality.

I posted this on Facebook but here it is again:

A lion at sunset.
A Lion at Sunset

Panasonic Lumix GH4 with the Lumix Vario 100 – 300 mm f/4 – 5.6  lens at 300mm. EXIF info:  ISO 400, f/6.3 and 1/100 sec.  Hand held with image stabilization on.

Contact Gary Farber or Keth Patankar at Hunt’s Photo & Video for all your Mirror-less Camera Needs


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