X100V or Xpro3 for Strret Photography

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Re: The X100 series are great for travel Re: X100V or Xpro3 for Strret Photography

Zaax wrote:

Last year I took just my X100F and a small tripod on a 2 week vacation. It was great not to have to think about gear at all and just shoot.

Here are some shots from my trip.

Very nice shots, and your thought about not having to think about gear and just shoot is why I decided to finally jump on board the X100V bandwagon.

I've traveled around the world with my Nikon D800 gear and most recently with my Sony a7RII gear and after turning 60 last year I finally said 'enough already'. I retired in December and I am so looking forward to being able to travel, grab my X100V and go, no thoughts about which lenses to take, which bag to take, do I need a large tripod etc etc.

I'll be able to make do with the 23mm f2, and perhaps the wide-angle adapter and a small gorilla pod, but that's it. We hiked Torres del Paine in Chile last year and I had a backpack with about 15+lbs of gear, it was an 8-hour hike, never again I said to myself, never again.

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