Gee this makes me feel old.
I used and still have my Minolta 101, 101b etc from my film days.
I do have my some of my Grand Fathers gear that I could post some pictures of once I dig them out, Graflex Camera, Horizontal enlarger, big bulb flash guns etc. Will take me awhile though.
I have the Oly 12-40 & 40-150 f2.8 pro lenses, but also ended up getting the 12-100 because i did not want the change lenses while away and end hp with a dirty sensor
The f2.8 pair dont get much use any more, but far what i could get for them not worth selling
Very happy with the 12-100
Not really a hard climb, more a hard scramble with really only one exposed move on a sort of a corner near the top. One slip there and all the way to the lake below.
One would need experience though to climb it. Have to admit it that corner move had me on edge.
Nice set, and good terrain. Love that kind of stuff
i used to do some walking in Tassie when i was young and fit enough. Wish i still was, have fond memories of Federation Peak and other places. Never did any river walks tbough. Mainly did walking between caving trips.
My short answer is I use Mu-43 for photography, my main system.
I mainly have Olympus gear and a little Panasonic. I like the size, weight and output.
What I can hand hold including using a monopod i doubt i could do with a bigger system.
I recently purchased a Fuji X-T4 & Tamron 18-300, so far...