Antarctica

Antarctica
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I travel with a Panasonic DMC-ZS40. Has GPS that labels (or not) the date, time, country, city, landmark etc. Has a zoom that is awesome. Sorry, to report it is superseded by a model without GPS, otherwise a little improved. If my travel camera were lost, I would replace. You can still get the ZS40 from sources on the web. This model features both a rear LCD ...


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When not using my camera backpack, I put each lens, and the camera body in separate pouches. This provides great protection for each piece, but also provides the ability to spread the load around your pack. Camera gear is quite heavy and dense, and keeping a camera body and connected lens on the top of a backpack can cause it to be uncomfortable. Example ...


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I hike with cameras a lot, most DSLRs are much more robust than most people think, and providing you protect the lens surfaces you normally don't need much to keep it safe. Padding Put the camera away from hard edged items, most hiking gear is soft, there's no point in carrying extra weight for padding, when you'll already have some spare clothes in you ...



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