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The Mail Bag: Photography

Posted By on October 21, 2009 in Blog, much ado about nothing | 3 comments

Welcome to The Mail Bag! This new ongoing series is dedicated to answering your questions about 100hikes.com, my hiking, or hiking/backpacking in general. The question was submitted by Ann, who asked:

I love the pictures you take on the hike. Would you mind sharing what type of camera you use? Do you do a lot of editing later?

Thanks for the question, Ann! Here’s my video answer, recorded while hiking #66 in the Las Trampas Regional Wilderness in central California last weekend:

Here is more information on the things I discussed in the video:

You might recall that I once used another camera for this site. For all videos and most photos taken on hikes #1-44, I used a Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS.  But I replaced it with the 990 when it died.

Canon PowerShot 1100 IS

Canon PowerShot 1100 IS


  1. Ann October 26, 2009

    Hey! Thank you very much for taking time out to answer the questions. That's a very nice camera. I decided to start with the Nikon D40 as my entry to the DSLR world. And as expected, I'm too lazy to be carrying it around 99% of the time. So I usually end up carrying my point and shoot. But the DSLR does make a difference.

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