Lenses for visiting Ayers rock...

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peppermonkey
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In reply to cpt kent, 10 months ago

cpt kent wrote:

Hi all,

Im off on a holiday in a week, to Uluru (Ayers rock)

Uluru

Im taking the 14-54II, 45mm and 60mm macro

Im undecided between the 12mm or the Panasonic 7-14. I can't take both, but I'm leaning towards the 12mm for sone night photos. Panoramas will probably be with the 14-54, and stitched in photoshop. using the E-M5.

Thoughts / suggestions between the two?

so I'll definitely be reaching for the 7-14mm. Specially if you are already bringing the 14-54...since then you would be covered from 7-54mm. If you see yourself taking macro shots, then take the 60mm otherwise, even though it's new, I would rather swap that for the 12mm, though with the 7-14mm I'm not sure you would need it. Course if you want to travel as light as possible, things change

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