Versatile, hard wearing and ergonomic are some of the words that come to mind when thinking about the Canon C200 from Park Cameras, says outdoor film maker Holly Brega.

This camera is used when filming walking routes all around the country. Around 90% of those walks are off road, so require not just the appropriate footwear but also the appropriate tripod and rucksack.

Two batteries are needed per walk and at least 64gb of cards are carried throughout the day. A variety of lenses are carried too, depending on what we’re shooting. More often than not there will be some birdlife along the way, which is where the 100-400mm lens comes in very handy. The Canon C200’s wide angle is perfect for rolling vistas and the 24-104mm is the standard lens used day to day.

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The Canon C200 has never failed come wind, rain or sunshine; but the weather has been on our side more often than not. Luckily!

The most recent road trip has been with AccessTOG Ambassador Debbie North to the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors to film accessible walks. Sutton Bank was a beautiful place to film, the views go on for miles and miles. The next project is filming with Debbie in the Peak District. Watch this space!

Here is a short video shot on the Canon C200: