A good camera bag is important for landscape photography. It needs to be rugged enough to protect all your gear inside, and it should be comfortable to carry for hiking and trekking. My old camera bag is Lowepro Whistler BP 350 AW I. While it is a super rugged bag, I found it has a couple shortcomings for long distance hiking. So I bought Gregory Zulu 40 which is designed to be a hiking and trekking backpack, and I turned it into a camera bag by using camera insert unit from F-stop gear. This combination provides enough gear protection and is also more comfortable for long distance hiking.
In this video we will go through three common shutter types: mechanical shutter, electronic shutter and electronic front curtain shutter. I will use Fujifilm X-H1 as an example because it has all three shutters. We will be looking at the pros and cons of each shutter and when to use each shutter in a certain situation.
I found this L bracket from SmallRig which is by far the best L bracket that I have ever used for Fujifilm X-T3 and Fujifilm X-T2. Check out the link below.
Recently I planned a trip to Rocky Mountain National Park but due to the U.S. government shutdown, I had to change my plan. I went to Chautauqua Park after a snowy day. It is my first time using the new Nikon Z6, which is a 24 MP full frame mirrorless camera. I captured a couple winter landscape photos with the Nikon Z 6. Also in this video, I am going to talk about why I picked up a Nikon Z 6 over Fujifilm X-H1 and Fujifilm X-T3