Capture the World’s 10 Most Photogenic Settings in One Vacation

February 21, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | General, Websites | 1 Comment |
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VeryFirstTo.com is offering the chance to capture 10 of the most sensational views across the globe with the latest  cameras from Fujifilm. From the iconic and breathtaking Grand Canyon in the USA to the snow capped Himalayas, including Mount Everest in Nepal, each location is known for being both photogenic and awe inspiring. Theo Georghiades, Senior Business Manager at Fujifilm says of the trip, “In a world where selfies are the norm and are cluttering the photographic world, it is time to turn the camera back around and capture the most spectacular places in the world.  These are truly breathtaking subjects with stunning cameras selected to deliver the best possible memories.” The luxury vacation costs £72,000.

Website: VeryFirstTo.com

VeryFirstTo.com Press Release

Capture The World’s 10 Most Photogenic Settings In One Vacation @ £72,000 ($119,300/ €87,360) – Cameras Included

Luxury launches website VeryFirstTo.com is offering the chance to capture 10 of the most sensational views across the globe with the latest stunning cameras from Fujifilm. From the iconic and breathtaking Grand Canyon in the USA to the snow capped Himalayas, including Mount Everest in Nepal, each location is known for being both photogenic and awe inspiring.

Included in this dream trip for anyone passionate about photography and travel are four of Fujifilm’s cameras. Participants of the trip will get their hands on the sensational just launched X-T1.

The X-T1 is an all-encompassing, interchangeable lens camera which is weather sealed and built with intuitive functions to ensure that when you are shooting the limestone Karsts of Ha Long Bay in Vietnam or Puri Saren Agung (Water Palace) in Ubud, Bali you are always connected to your subjects.

The Perfect alignment of the viewfinder with the optical axis of the lens lets you immerse yourself in the action, just as you’d feel with a traditional optical viewfinder and the rapid response allows you to capture it in 0.005 seconds*1.

When you get to the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest coral system, you will need the XP70 camera, which is waterproof to depths of 33ft (10m). This bright camera that also takes incredible action movies is shockproof to height of 5ft (1.5m), freezeproof to 14°F (-10°C), and dustproof.

The XQ1 has the world’s fastest autofocus at 0.06 seconds*2 and is perfect to ensure you don’t miss that stunning eagle flying over the carved temple in Petra, Jordan. Additionally, clear images are captured even in low-light thanks to 3.0-stop*3 image stabilisation and multi-layer coating technology unique to FUJINON lenses – which will ensure you will be able to capture the tranquility, beauty and peace of the sacred Plain of Temples, in Bagan.

As you continue your photographic pilgrimage you can use the bold X100s that comes complete with viewfinder, which will have you focusing in on the stunning water centric luxury of Bora Bora or the magnificent mountains, glaciers, lakes, and rivers of Terres del Paine in Chile.

Marcel Knobil founder of Superbrands, Cool BrandLeaders and VeryFirstTo says, “It is thrilling to offer the opportunity to enjoy a remarkable never done before experience with exceptional never done before cameras”.

Theo Georghiades, Senior Business Manager at Fujifilm says of the trip, “In a world where selfies are the norm and are cluttering the photographic world, it is time to turn the camera back around and capture the most spectacular places in the world.  These are truly breathtaking subjects with stunning cameras selected to deliver the best possible memories”.

For further information and images contact Amar Thapen on 020 7428 6339 (Amar.T@VeryFirstTo.com)

A donation of £1,000 will be made to The Prince’s Trust, should the trip be purchased.



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#1 Headshots LA

Great shot! I'm so tired of seeing selfies. What a great idea.

9:53 pm - Sunday, February 23, 2014