From Wongwian Yai to Maha Chai by Train…

Jay

As my website says, I am into travel and photography, in either order! I am all about adventure, too.

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4 Responses

  1. Jenna Arak says:

    Jay, you inspire and motivate me with every post! I absolutely love your stories and your photos. You have a gift and it’s so evident how much visiting these incredible places brings you joy. Thanks for sharing it 🙂

  2. Todd Ellsworth says:

    Jay nice post. I wondered what kind of a bag are you using to carry your gear around? What do you carry with you to keep your gear dry, or to dry/clean it up on the go?

    • Jay says:

      I use a holster style bag, Todd. It’s called the Digital Holster 20. I looked it up on Google, and it’s actually pretty reasonable in price. When I travel, I usually only carry one lens attached to the camera, so everything fits into the holster. The bag has plenty of room left over for accessories. It can easily carry at least two extra batteries, plenty of SD cards, and a couple of remote triggers for the shutter.

      I don’t shoot too much in the rain, but the holster I carry my camera in seems to be pretty waterproof. If I get caught outside and it starts rain, I am not too concerned about the camera getting wet, it hasn’t leaked through the nylon outer jacket yet You know, now that you bring up keeping gear dry, I think I will get some Scotchgard my holster!

      As far as cleaning my lenses and filters, I usually I just use any type of solution that works on my glasses, but that could be a mistake, Todd. I will have to Google that, and see if the solutions I am using could do any damage to any of the coatings on my filters or the lenses themselves. I do the same thing you do with the sensor…take it to Advance Camera or somewhere like that. I like Jordan Sleeth at Advance Camera, he seems like a really cool guy!

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