In the last article John listed the capabilities that his ideal cruiser camera would have. In this one he recommends a system and some cameras that have those capabilities.
If you want to take a step up from premium point and shoots, what features really matter? John cuts through the fog of specifications and conflicting claims to answer that.
For most casual photographers a small point and shoot is the best option, not least because you are more likely to be carrying it when you come across a great shot. But how do you choose among the scores of offerings?
John takes you through the features that matter and recommends a specific camera.
Many things have changed in the north, and wildlife has definitely been affected by climate change and other pressures, but sailing close to a pod of humpback whales is still one of the most incredible of life’s experiences.
Charleston, South Carolina is a great place to spend the winter…so we went back for a second year.
Due to John’s and my penchant for sailing in the high latitudes, “Closed For The Season” signs have become somewhat of a theme for our cruises. In early spring we are on our way north and nothing is open yet, and by the time we turn south in the fall, it’s all over. During the [...]
Lunenburg charms with its historic waterfront, dory races, and tasty restaurants. Oh, and it’s a UNESCO world heritage site to boot!