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Heading into the high country with the GFX100s


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Hiking into the National park for three days over Christmas. Taking the GFX100s with the 32-64 & the GF23mm. 
I’ve never embarked on such a trip with so much photography gear weight. I initially was only going with the zoom, but decided that the chance of a spectacular wide landscape shot was too risky to miss, so both lenses are coming. Took the GF23mm for a test run yesterday. It’s going to be a blast , albeit a slightly heavier one.

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Very, very nice!  So it's actually summer in your country (?).  This coming summer for us in the US I'm headed out on a two month photo journey into the Yukon Territories and the Arctic Circle of northern Canada and Alaska.  Taking my GFX50r, plus my XH1.  I "hope" to have the 100s by that time as well, but we'll see.

I have the 30mm F3.5. It's relatively light weight which is why I bought it over the 23.  Plus if need be I can shoot vertical pano's.  But the 23 is a fine lens.

 

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