We will be going to Iguazu Falls in Brazil and on a trip down the Amazon in June,04. I own a Nikon d100, Nikon 70-200 AF 2.8 VR and Nikon 35-70 AF 2.8. Any advice on keeping this from getting wet around the falls? Any coments on photo tips from anyone who has been to these places? Any coments on security for my equipment? Thanking you in advance. JT
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Not having been to a place like this, one thing that comes to mind is lots of plastic and Ziploc bags and "Moisture Muncher" or whatever brand you can get. If I remember, John Shaw has discussed wet weather shooting in one of his books, so you might want to check that out.
In looking at your lenses, I wonder if a 20 or 24mm W.A. lens would be useful, particularly since your widest angle lens is effectively a 53mm.
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