Travel, be it for business or for pleasure, is inherently exciting. So many memorable moments can happen in a blink of an eye. This is why a small compact camera is an absolutely essential travel accessory. Regardless of whether or not you bring along a more sophisticated and larger camera system on your trip, the advantages of the compact camera are unmatched. As a matter of fact, in my view, it would be less bothersome to forget your larger camera behind, as opposed to the compact one such as Sony’s NEX-3N or if you take a lot of low light photos the Sony NEX-5T. Both these camera’s are amazing and the interchangeable lenses bridge the gap between a good compact and a DLSR.

The main reason for this is that the photographs that most of us cherish most are those that capture the essence of the life that we lead. Think of your favorite pictures. Most likely they involve you, your friends, family, or the places that you have visited. They are spontaneous and cheerful. Only a compact system camera provides you with the ability to have it readily accessible the instant a new memorable moment is in the making. Life is not staged, and relying on camera equipment that requires advanced preparation will cause you to lose the very spontaneity that you long to capture.
Prior to undertaking any voyage, near or far, I make certain to have my camera on my person at all times. For this reason I prefer a Compact system camera that is lightweight and easy to carry in a pocket or wearable case. It would also be advisable for your compact camera to have low-light functionality. As I stated before, life is never staged, so you should be ready to capture a photograph in all lighting conditions.

Inevitably, you will find that the majority of your favorite photographs would have come from your compact camera. This is why, aside from my passport, my compact is my trusted travel companion. Undoubtedly, once you start carrying a camera of your own on your trips, you will find that the same will hold true for you.

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Hey I'm Aaron, a 29 year old university graduate who needed a break from studying and to see more of the world before deciding what I'm really going to do with my life. I'm hoping to see as much of the world as possible and through writing my experiences down on my website maybe encourage or inspire other people to do the same. Travel is broadening my mind and opening more possibilities than I have ever known before and I hope to be able to convey this in my writing for the readers to enjoy. Stay tuned and who knows where I'll end up

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