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Tom_Sjolseth

[TR] Mystery Ridge to Northern Pickets - Enchainment 8/15/2012

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Absolutely beautiful guys. I hope you two cherish the memory of the trip for a long time.

 

Steph, what lens did you use for your shots? I'm figuring since you were trying to go light as possible, you just brought a 55 mm? Also did you use a hard walled case to protect your camera?

 

Thanks

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Steph, what lens did you use for your shots? I'm figuring since you were trying to go light as possible, you just brought a 55 mm? Also did you use a hard walled case to protect your camera?

 

Actually, many of my photos are taken just with a point and shoot. My SLR comes out at camp (yes, I bring 2 cameras always!). I use a 10-22mm wide angle on a crop-frame sensor (so equivalent to a 16-35mm). My camera is a 7D, which is not lightweight since it has a metal body. Altogether, my camera gear weighs 8-10lbs, but it is always worth it.

 

On this trip my camera gear included:

• Canon 7D SLR

• Canon 10-22mm lens

• Eemote

• 4 SLR batteries

• gorilla pod

• lens cleaning supplies

• camera case for SLR

• Canon Point and Shoot camera

• 2 P&S batteries

• camera case for P&S

• GPS photo tagger

• 3 AAA batteries per day for GPS photo tagger (so 21 on this trip!)

Edited by Steph_Abegg

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