|Shuswap Falls, BC – Photo Shoot with Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ300 & FujiFilm X-T4 – Shuswap Falls near Lumby in British Columbia facilitates BC Hydro’s Wilsey Dam which features multiple waterfalls year round. A prominent viewing platform high above one of the dam’s bypass channels provides spectacular views to the frothing waters below. Further north along the course of the Shuswap River at 29 Km distance is the site of Sugar Lake dam. Historically known as Brenda Falls, the river drops there about 30 feet. The structure is a 150 m long and 13 m high concrete buttress dam that provides storage and regulation for the BC Hydro Shuswap Falls generating station downstream. Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-300 > Aperture: F/2.8 > Shutter Speed: 1/800 > Sensitivity: ISO-100|
|The Panasonic Lumix DMZ FZ300 with it 600 mm/F2.8 high speed lens and 4K video/photo recording capability is an all-round bridge camera that definitely satisfies its user to catch fleeting photo opportunities.|
The following video shows never seen before shots of beautifully coloured waters rushing through rugged canyons below the dam. In one of a few still images at the beginning of the video, an overlay image shows what the site looked like before the dam was built. All images and video scenes were shot with Fujifilm’s X-T4 and Panasonic’s DMC300 cameras.