As we enter 2020, we have once again drawn up a list of the most rented gear of 2019. Before I get to the numbers, the usual disclaimer: this is just data. This list only shows what was the most popular gear in 2019, among the customers we served. Other than the information that this gear went out the maximum number of days, this list does not offer any additional meaningful insight. It is certainly not a reflection on the quality of any particular gear. This data also does not reflect emerging trends because the sheer numbers of copies of older equipment crowd out newer equipment until it achieves critical mass (which explains why you do not see too much mirrorless gear here yet).
The lists below are ranked in the order of the number of days each item went out during the year across all its copies. Figures in brackets indicate the position of the item in the Most Popular Gear of 2018 list.
Posted: August 31, 2019Categories: Travel, Tips and Techniques, Photography, Canon, Nikon, Sony
Bhutan offers many options for photography, mainly Monuments, Buildings, Monasteries, Dzongs, Towns, Streets, Markets, People, Houses, Mountains, Landscapes, Birds and Wildlife. As a photographer, you need to plan your trip well. Primarily, it depends on your liking and the genre of photography you shoot. Most of us like to engage in our photography as it comes on a daily basis whenever we are on a tour, in whatever form. For this, Bhutan is rich with precious culture and diversity. There are many celebrations that are held here from time to time. Every single village in this country has its own celebrations, and can be a good opportunity for photography!
My suggestion is that you should not mix birding and wildlife with other genres. The kind of gear required for this purpose is not suitable for any other genres. A place like Chelela Pass has so many birds – most of them lifers – that you can’t keep switching to another camera body and set of lenses to do
Posted: May 23, 2019Categories: Gear Talk, Tips and Techniques, Panasonic, Photography, Canon, Nikon, Sony
The Panasonic Lumix GH5s is a Micro 4/3 Mirrorless Camera specially designed for video Mirrorless cameras have been around for a while now but there is still a lot of confusion around the actual benefits of mirrorless cameras like the Canon EOS R and Nikon Z7 over traditional DSLRs like the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and Nikon D850. This post talks about a few points you must consider if you are not sure which is better for you.
DSLR vs Mirrorless is currently one of the hottest topics of debate in the photography community. There is a lot of buzz around how mirrorless cameras are the latest tech and will render DSLRs obsolete in no time. However the fact is that, mirrorless cameras are now more than a decade old. Both Canon and Nikon were selling mirrorless cameras for the last few years. The only thing that has changed in the last year is that both OEMs launched their full-frame