Travel Photography: 4/3, which kit to choose?

Discussion in 'Olympus Cameras' started by partylife, Jun 9, 2014.

  1. partylife

    partylife New to Mu-43

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    Jun 9, 2014
    what do you think would be the best kit to be used with a Olympus OM-D E-M5 for a trip to africa backpacking?

    - l'oly 12-50;
    - l'oly 40-150;
    - l'oly 12 f/2 / panasonic 14 f/2.5 + dmw-gwc1;
    - panasonic 20 f/1.7;
    - oly 9-18 f/ 4.0-5.6;
    - fisheye samyang 7,5 f/3.5 / l'oly 8
     
  2. turbodieselvw

    turbodieselvw Mu-43 Veteran

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    Jun 29, 2010
    Ottawa
    I was just in Kenya this Feb. If you are not going to be doing any low light photography, you will most likely want to take along the 12-50. If you are going on safari you will want a lens that is as long as possible, preferably the 100-300, or you will miss a ton of great shots. I found that street photography was not as good as people in Kenya didn't like to have their pics taken.
     
  3. partylife

    partylife New to Mu-43

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    Jun 9, 2014
    I'll turn the whole of Africa and it is not my intention to go to the safari, so at most I'd settle for a simple 40-150.
    To photograph people in Africa need to handle it, you can not steal shots from far away, we must first establish a relationship.
     
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