I'm heading to Scotland Saturday to hang with Andy Biggs and a bunch of other landscape photography nuts for 10 days of shooting the Isles of Skye, Lewis & Harris as well as Cairngorms. This is almost the perfect time to go with the latest lenses Canon has released, especially the EF 11-24 f/4L and EF 100-400 f/4.5-5.6L IS II. Do I wish an EOS 5DS R was coming with me? Absolutely!

What's in my bag for this trip?

Why the Zeiss and the 11-24? I've shot the Zeiss plenty of times before and until proven otherwise, it's the best ultra wide angle lens for Canon's EF mount (apologies to the TS-E 17mm) that I've ever used. I will be using the 11-24 a lot as I work away on the review.

As I mentioned earlier, I would love to be taking an EOS 5DS R with me and I almost (GAH!) brought a D810, but the new 11-24 and 100-400 were too good to pass up, not to mention I don't have a Zeiss 15mm f/2.8 for F mount.

I will also have the pleasure of shooting with a Leica S Type 006 kit on the trip, which should have no trouble fulfilling the desire for more resolution.

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