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Kit for a trip to Paris

Discussion in 'Open Discussion' started by tedbare, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. tedbare

    tedbare New to Mu-43

    Jun 16, 2011
    Spending a week in Paris in March, essentially alone, planning to shoot shoot shoot. I want to be VERY light and mobile. Maybe take in a little video as well. So my kit: A rented Sony RX1 + Panasonic GH2 + Pany 7-14 + Pany 14-140. I've got a Pany 45 and 25 that I thought I could live without. Shooting mainly streets and landscapes. Thoughts?
  2. dav1dz

    dav1dz Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Nov 6, 2012
    All of that aren't too heavy.

    I would probably take the 7-14, 14-140 and then use the RX1 for everything else.

    I would also take the 25 if the RX1 doesn't pan out. I would probably leave it in the hotel safe until such a time.
  3. erb3742

    erb3742 Mu-43 Regular

    Oct 3, 2012
    I spent 5 days in Paris in November, the lens that I used the most was the 12/2. I really enjoyed it for all of the indoor shots I took in churches, museums, etc.
  4. Armanius

    Armanius Mu-43 All-Pro

    Feb 23, 2010
    Have fun in the trip! Wish I could visit Paris!
  5. BLX

    BLX Mu-43 All-Pro Subscribing Member

    Feb 24, 2012
    I wish it was me :D 
    Me and my family went there last April and it is a wonderful city for sure.
    This was my first trip without my big DSLR and heavy lenses.
    I brought E-PL3 + 14/2.5 + 20/1.8 + 45/1.8 fitted in a Domke F-5XA and it was so nice not having to haul the big rig all day long :smile:

    You can see the images here if you're interested: Paris

    Have a great trip - and take a lot of pictures!
  6. tonys05

    tonys05 Mu-43 Rookie

    Aug 17, 2010
    Paris in 2010 E-P2 w/ Voigtlander 50/1.1 (?) and adapter. Paris in 2012 OM-D w/ 12-50 kit lens. would that the 12-50 kit was 12-60, but, it ain't. Rain and wind, flawless performance.
  7. RevBob

    RevBob Super Moderator Subscribing Member

    Jun 4, 2011
    NorthWestern PA
    I think I would take the 7-14 and the 45, leaving the other zoom home along with the 25. The 7-14 will probably cover most of what you need and the 45 for slightly longer shots. :cool: 
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