Rather than ICL equipment (which I also own), my take-anywhere gear is an Olympus TG-6 Tough camera. Handheld or in my pocket, it is very accessible, versatile, and fun to use. Many presets or scene-specific modes are available, plus two customizable buttons, allow a huge gamut of choices.
I have the C1 and C2 buttons for sports capture (fast moving subjects) and macro (closeup of flowers or insects), respectively. If I want to capture a sequence (a few fps), I just hold the button down in anticipation of movement.
TG-6 is waterproof, dust-proof, and drop-proof (specific limitations). I carry extra batteries just in case. It takes an SD card, such as a 256 Gb that I use, so one never runs out of "film." Camera shoots in jpeg &/or RAW.
Welcome to the forum. Thanks for sharing the travel camera tip.
Thanks for viewing my inaugural post.
Thanks for viewing my inaugural post. Simplicity for camera gear is important by allowing me to use my Olympus TG-6 at a moment's notice since it is in hand or pocket most of the time whenever I am away from home. It's easy to be an amateur photojournalist.
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