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See How iJustine & Jenna Ezarik Capture Different Perspectives In Hawaii

Many YouTube content creators travel the world while vlogging their adventures. iJustine & Jenna Ezarik certainly fit that mold, but they bring an extra interesting perspective because they also happen to be sisters who know a lot about the best gear for documenting those adventures. On a recent trip to Hawaii they reflect on the past year together and celebrate their return to such a beautiful place by capturing it with their Sony Alpha camera and Sony G Master lenses. “We’re usually doing crazy hikes or something like that and we just have a small backpack, so versatility is very important,” says Justine. The variety of versatile lenses they had on their trip allowed them to bring the different perspectives they envisioned to life.

YouTube content creators and sisters iJustine and Jenna Ezarik go to Hawaii with an arsenal of Sony G Master lenses – see the stories they brought back.

“When I open my bag the first lens I’m probably going to go for would be the 16-35mm f/2.8 G Master,” says Jenna. “I like it because if, you know, we’re doing a lot of vlogging, I’m able to be in the shot and so is my sister.”

While on the trip they also rely on a number of other G Master lenses, like the Sony 14mm f/1.8 G Master for photographing landscapes, the Sony 135mm f/1.8 G Master for getting close-ups of dolphins, the 50mm f/1.2 G Master for capturing fire dancers at night. “What I like about the G Master lens lineup is you know that the quality is going to be incredible,” says Jenna.

“Since we are doing so much stuff on the go we rely heavily on auto focus,” explains Justine, “and these lenses do such an incredible job at that. When we press the shutter, we have the confidence to know that it’s going to be in focus.”

See more of the different perspectives iJustine and Jenna captured while in Hawaii with their G Master lenses:


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