We don’t hear it too often, but we do like it: A photographer carrying the Cambo Actus in his back-pack, all the way up the Kilimanjaro. Stéphane Gautronneau did it. He was assigned by 360 Voyage Events expedition planners and Commune Image Media to realise a documentary along the Marunga tracks, reaching the Uhuru Peak of Mount Kilimanjaro. Stéphane’s movie Pole Pole, which means “slowly” in Swahili, will be broadcasted next year at BBC’s Geography channel. The resulting article was published in the most recent issue of Air France Madame Magazine.
In the bag were a Fujifilm GFX-100, Cambo Actus and Mamiya RZ 65 and 90mm lenses.
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