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njgheewala    0

Hello guy,

Its me again and I would really appreciate if you guys could once again guide me through.

I am taking a cruise to Alaska end of this month and will be taking the gear listed in my signature (not the car) :D

What else should I have for the Camera gear so that I don't miss a great opportunity to take some beauty shoots...I read up on the post where the guy is going to Africa for Safari.

What type of filter should I get? Do I need a filter for my lens?

I also see you guys almost unanimously saying that the Sigma 10-20 mm is the best for landscape wide angle picture. I am trying to save up to get that it is about $500 I think? I wish I can find it cheaper (half the price ;)).

Hope to get some constructive help so my memories will be really memorable.

Thanks again and thanks in advance for this help!

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Dev Null Zen    1

You can take me with you!! *jealousface*

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njgheewala    0
You can take me with you!! *jealousface*

I will tell the captain to maybe make a pit-stop at NY. :no:

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Pink Floyd    15

Bring a couple of nikon batteries. Batteries don't last very long on cold days..

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crazzy88ss    65

Especially on the smaller D60

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giga    46

Get a cpl. Hoya pro1 is a good choice.

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njgheewala    0

Thanks giga,

I am totally newbie to photography ( I am loving it so far!) This Hoya pro 1 is a lens filter correct?

I am not familiar with the what size would fit with the lens type I have.

Just little more help will really help me a lot. :blush:

Thank you again so much for all the help you guys! :jump:

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giga    46

52mm for the 18-55

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njgheewala    0

Thanks!

I was just wondering how do I find out the size of filter to use for what lens? :argh: like I also have a 55-200 mm lens and also I am in line to purchase a sigma 10-20.

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giga    46

It should say on the lens itself. Otherwise, just check the specs online for the filter diameter.

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