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Tips for shooting with D300 in Iceland?

GiantTristan

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GiantTristan Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Jan 2006
Tue 15-May-12 12:11 PM

Several yers ago I spent three weeks in Iceland - D200, Nikon 70-200/2.8, Tokina 12-24/4 and Nikon 18-200.

You have to be prepared for challenging weather conditions, especially high winds. If you bring a tripod, be very careful, it might get blown away. Bring rain protection for yourself and your equipment. If you want to photograph volcanic features, be careful - hydrogen sulfide is not very beneficial for camera and lenses. If you are lucky and have some sun, a pol. filter is recommended. You won't be north of the polar circle, so don't worry about the midnight sun...

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