Okavango Delta

What’s in Brooke Bartleson’s Camera Bag?


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Olympus Explorer and Ambassador, Brooke Bartleson recently undertook her first-ever African safari, and we had the pleasure of hosting her in Botswana, at Vumbura Plains in the Okavango Delta, and DumaTau in the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve.


What you will notice from her rundown of the equipment she brought is that there is no tripod. Olympus’ mirrorless equipment and the micro four-thirds sensor mean a smaller camera body (unlike DSLR). This is a huge benefit for wildlife photographers because the IS and sensor negate the need for heavy lenses and tripod equipment.

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