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Our travel gears

We are often asked about our preferred travel gears, our photography equipments and what things we carry in our backpacks. As a frequent traveller and travel blogger, we usually keep our backpacks ready. So here we have put together the travel gears we use along with our travel packing list.

The travel gears that we recommend might not work for everyone. Also all travellers have different modes of travel and preferences. This list is the ones that we found best suited for our travel style.

Photography Equipment and Accessories

Camera

Agni is the main person behind the beautiful photographs in the website. We use Nikon D7200 DSLR camera.

Lens for the DSLR Camera

For all purpose photography, we use Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 18-140mm F/3.5-5.6 G ED VR Zoom Lens.

We also have a Wide angle lens – Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX II Digital Zoom Lens for Nikon DSLR Cameras.

For portrait photography, we use Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50 mm f/1.4G Prime Lens.

Along with the camera, we also carry Sandisk Hi-speed SD Memory Card.

Camera Bag

We use Lowepro camera Bag to carry our camera equipment.

Mobile Photography

I am more into mobile photography and use Google Pixel 3 for capturing the moments. And we must say, we are quite satisfied with its performance in low light as well.

Laptop

As most of the time, we are on the go and also have to meet work deadlines; we carry a MacBook Air with us. We find Macbook Air quite handy and also light weight.

Travel Backpacks and luggage

Backpacks

We usually prefer to carry backpacks to suitcases. For long trips we carry our Quechua Forclaz 60 L Backpack. It is sturdy with wide compression straps and proper back support that is quite required for carrying them.

For weekend trips or short trips, we carry a smaller rucksack of 30 L from Quechua.

Accommodation

For accommodation, we usually have faith in Booking.com.



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