I've been using Canon 1 D series for many years, however with the space limitations in a motorhome, I'll be needing to move to something smaller and prehaps a little less conspicuous.Hmm, I agree, you're better off with a decent Canon or Nikon DSLR
I always have the feeling my 1Dx and lenses would tip my motorhome over the weight limit so I leave it at home and only take my Olympus m4/3 gear.I've been using Canon 1 D series for many years, however with the space limitations in a motorhome, I'll be needing to move to something smaller and prehaps a little less conspicuous.
As a point and shoot I use the Canon G series cameras, and while excellent I'd rather have changeable lenses and frankly better glass than the G series offers
Well... thanks for your input..... it was most helpful...... I can say that after eight months that I’m very happy with my three lens selection ....... and I’m glade that you are contributing to my tyre selection thread ...... thanks @Go Humberto!........ bankerIf you don't know what lenses you need then why would you be buying a Leica?
They are the most expensive cameras, for what you actually get, on the planet.
If you need advice, on a Motorhome forum, about what lenses to get for a £3000-£5000 camera, then you shouldn't be buying that camera.
It's like asking Motorhome owners what tyres they'd recommend for a Bugatti Veyron.
How much??? £852!!! for a pocket camera. I couldn't ever find a scene/photo that would justify that camera.go for the Fuji X100 F. Fantastic camera and my go to shooter for everything where I don't want to lug the D5 around.
Bargain --Though I would like my old M6 back
How much??? £852!!! for a pocket camera. I couldn't ever find a scene/photo that would justify that camera.
My all singing and dancing iphone will never replace my Canon 7D mk2.A bit off topic but I was reading recently that new top end smart phones are a match for expensive DSLR cameras. Is that true or even possible? If so I can see me ditching my much loved but quite big Canon.