Protecting your camera and optics on pelagic trips

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Subject: Protecting your camera and optics on pelagic trips
From: inger vandyke <>
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2012 21:05:12 +0000
Hi Birding-Aus'ers,
This is slightly off topic but as we approach the peak period for southern 
pelagics, I wrote a blog post about protecting your gear at sea.
Writing Top Ten lists is nothing new but I couldn't find one easily that 
covered off on pelagic trips so I created one.
I hope you enjoy it and that some of the tips in it will get you and your gear 
through another winter of going to sea.

Inger Vandyke
Professional Wildlife Photographer and Writer
Expedition Leader - Western Tibet Expedition  (16 September - 7 October, 2013) 
Assistant Publicity Officer - Southern Oceans Seabird Study Association (SOSSA) 
Guest Lecturer - Photography, Freelancing and Photo Journalism - Bond 
University, Gold Coast, Australia

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