Photographers, what camera gear do you cruise with?

I have been traveling with one or two DSLR's for almost thirty years now. With all the fear that goes with them. I am thinking of pairing down and buying a point and shoot and one DSLR with one lense.

What do you carry when you cruise?

Tags: Photography

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620 is really only 120 wound on a thinner spool. You can buy the spools on eBay, but they're $$$$$$. Then you have to go to the trouble of transferring the film. The Darkroom also sells film on newly made spools. I've recently shot a couple of rolls on a Kodak Duaflex that was given to me. When I finish the last roll, I'll send it off for processing.

If you have a TLR and want to have some fun, try what's called TtL photography. It's short for Through the Lens, and what you do is set up to shoot, with a digital camera, through the TLR focusing lens. Look on YouTube, key words " through the lens photo"

I do love that twist the lens trick

Cool pic. My photo instructor showed us this years ago. Forgot all about it. Thanks for bringing the memories back! I'm going to have to start doing that again.Happy

Not a photographer , just a picture taker with a point and shoot. Envy those that have the eye and touch to take repeatedly awesome pictures.

You can take great photographs with any camera. All it really takes is time and practice. Happy shooting!

I used to use a SLR, but as i got a bit older, i found that i was using the lens to compensate for my eyesight... so I now use a Sony cybershot with a 30x optical zoom and then a digital zoom. I find it works well with the type of pictures that i now take, and good enough for some very nice ones also. Compact so it can either fit in my pocket and/or strapped over my shoulder in a small pouch.

Mal

I have my Canon PowerShot with a 20x optical zoom and love it and the pics it takes. It is compact so fits in a pocket and always ready to go.

Nikon D80

Nikon D7000

Mavic 2 Pro

Samsung Note 8

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