Am I nuts? Nepal with just the X100.

Started Jan 11, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Bernie Ess
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35mm and people shots
In reply to Al Downie, Jan 11, 2013
Is Nepal mostly Buddhist? If so, you might find that the locals don't take too kindly to the 'in your face' style that a fixed 35mm lens might force you to adopt.

I agree with you! I have spent 3 weeks there in 2008, trekking, and for people shots 50-80mm is a much better focal length. Yes the fast F2 lens is an advantage, and less bulk is always welcome. But I'd definately take the X1-pro, the Zoom and a 60 or at least the 35/1,4. Plus 3-4 spare batteries, fully charged.


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