Túnel del amor, Ucrania

Este asombroso lugar lleva el nombre del “Túnel del amor” y está situado en en Kevlan en Ucrania. Ahí, un tramo de una línea de tren fuera de servicio se convirtió en un pasillo rodeado de vegetación y lleno de un clima poético. El mágico lugar, de tan sólo 3 km de largo, el cual pertenece a una comunidad donde viven ocho mil personas, es considerado uno de los más románticos del mundo.
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Это удивительное место носит имя «туннель любви» и расположен в Kevlan в Украине. Там на участке поезда из службы стал зал наполнен поэтической обстановке и в окружении зелени. Волшебное место, всего в 3 км длиной, которая принадлежит к общине, где проживает восемь тысяч человек, считается одним из самых романтичных в мире

Fujifilm X-E2

Fujifilm X-E2

This is a smaller and lighter version of the X-Pro1, without the optical viewfinder. Fujifilm cameras use a new type of sensor array called X-Trans CMOS. It’s a radically different way of separating colors that leads to small-sensor image quality that rivals its full-frame competitors.fujifilm-x-e2_74396_600x450

“I love the X-E1 [precursor to the X-E2]. I love how portable it is, and the lens quality is outstanding. But the picture is the big thing—the images are really strong. I’m amazed at how little I have to correct them on the computer. Usually I shoot in RAW, but these Fujifilm cameras produce amazing JPEGs straight out of the camera.” —Jonathan Irish, program director for National Geographic Adventures and contributing photographer for National Geographic Traveler

Sony DSC-RX10

Sony DSC-RX10

This is the camera for someone who wants a camera to do everything, from shooting pictures of the inside of Notre Dame to capturing close-ups of lions in the Serengeti. Usually that’s a trick that requires interchangeable lenses and the foresight to remember carrying the one you might need. With the DSC-RX10, Sony has created a stunning camera with a 24-200mm equivalent zoom—and the best part is that this lens has a fixed f/2.8 aperture, so that zoom will be more useful in interesting low-lighting conditions. The camera itself is no slouch, but the lens is so good that you might be tempted to buy this model just for the optic. Good thing, because the two come as a permanent pair. For those who just want a great camera that will meet most of their needs while not having to carry around a bag of lenses, this is the one to have.sony-rx10_74405_600x450

Ricoh GR

Ricoh GR

When film ruled, savvy photographers always had a Ricoh GR1 somewhere within reach just in case something happened. It was barely thicker than a canister of film, and its 28mm lens was one of the best available. Ricoh even took a version of this lens and put it in a barrel for use with Leica rangefinder cameras—it was that good. After a few releases of small-sensor digital lookalike versions of the legendary GR1, Ricoh has finally put in a reasonable-size sensor and reproduced the 28mm field of view. With the new GR, the Ricoh magic is back. Because of its uncommonly straightforward menu settings this camera is often called “the shooter’s digicam,” meaning the camera does exactly what an experienced photographer thinks it will do, no second-guessing.ricoh-gr_74508_600x450

Olympus OM-D E-M1

Olympus OM-D E-M1

Olympus is leading the vanguard of smaller, higher-quality cameras that take heavy styling cues from yesterday. Back then, they were known for smaller than ordinary OM film cameras and lenses with second to none optical quality. Now we have all that, but in digital. The OM-D E-M1 is the flagship of the micro 4/3 fleet. For the first time in its mirrorless cameras, Olympus uses a focusing system that can keep up with speedy, full-size systems. A new imaging chip that works great at high ISO has also been implemented. Finally, all the promises of 4/3 come together and are fulfilled in the newest OM-D.olympus-e-m1_74401_600x450

Olympus Stylus TG-2 iHS

Olympus Stylus TG-2 iHS

Although this camera has the very small point-and-shoot-size sensor, its other attributes more than make up for that slight handicap. It’s pocket-size and completely shockproof, freezeproof, and dustproof, as well as waterproof to 50 feet without a housing. Sometimes the best photos come from the sketchiest circumstances, and you won’t be afraid to bring this camera along—it’s one you don’t have to worry about.olympus-tough_74402_600x450

“Dan told me to bring this camera on my first diving trip to the Great Barrier Reef. I was very impressed by the clarity of the images I got below the surface. All of my dive mates were jealous, especially the one who paid extra for housings and whose pictures weren’t as clear.” —Carolyn Fox, manager of digital content, National Geographic Travel

Sony Alpha a7

Sony Alpha a7

This is the one many pro photographers have been waiting for: a full-frame sensor jammed into a mirrorless camera. It’s not quite as portable as the others on this list because the full-size sensor requires Sony’s full-size lenses, but it’s still a noticeable reduction in bulk, with 24 megapixels of image-capturing goodness. To really push the smallish camera paradigm, try the Alpha a7R, which bumps the megapixel count to 36.sony-alpha-a7_74403_600x450

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