Photography and Technology Gear for Antarctic Voyage

I buy most of my gear from B&H Photo Video or used off of POTN or Fred Miranda.  I am also a born and bred Canon shooter.


Canon 1D Mark IIn
Canon 1Ds
Canon SD550 (trusty old P&S)

Canon 300mm f2.8L IS
Canon 70-200mm f2.8L IS
Canon 24-105mm F4L IS
Canon 35mm f2.0 (back-up if 24-105 bites the dust)
Canon 1.4x teleconverter
Kenko Extension tubes

B+W 3.0 Neutral Density
B+W Circular Polarizer

Gitzo 3530s Tripod Legs
Markins Q-Ball M20
Wimberly P5, P20, P30

Canon 430ex Flash
Thinktank Airport Acceleration Bag
Thinktank Hydrophobia Rain Cover
4 Canon 1D batteries (maybe 5 because 1Ds is a hungry body)
Leupold 10×42 Binoculars
Sensor Cleanings for all SLR bodies (pre-trip)

Photo Storage Cards
2x SanDisk Extreme III 8GB CF
1x SanDisk Extreme III 4GB CF
2x SanDisk Ultra III 2GB SD
1x Hitachi 4GB Microdrive

Laptop & Digital Storage
Sony Vaio SZ120P Laptop (trusty old traveler) w/ 320GB HD
Western Digital Passport 250GB
Western Digital Passport 320GB
Apple iPod 80GB
USB Card Reader
Photo Rescue Software
Adobe Creative Suite 3 Design Premium
Blank DVD’s
Some light games on the laptop

Resourceful links
Apple’s Website – if I were going to purchase another laptop, I’d get the 15″ MacBook Pro
B&H Photo Video – tough to find better deals on photography gear and great service!
Thinktank – they make some of the best photography bags and accessories on the planet