JASON ROW, LIGHT STALKING:
"So before we go to far, if you are expecting the answer to the question this article poses, there isn't one. If there was, it would be a 14-600mm f2.8 pancake lens with optical stabilisation. Of course that is physically impossible today and probably for a long time ahead. The fact is travelling is hard work. Carrying lenses around all day is also hard work. The problem with travel photography is that for one shot we might need a super wide angle to get everything in but for the next shot we want to come in close on some details or shot a candid of a local. So assuming we are going off on the trip of a lifetime, what lens or lenses should be put in our camera bag to ensure we get the very best shots?"
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