« on: June 10, 2014, 02:21:09 PM »
Unless you're planning to open a used camera shop in the park, I can't see a good reason to take all that "stuff".
The reason most people go there is to see the truly stunning landscapes as you are unlikely to encounter any large indigenous mammals (excluding souvenir stand operators) so I would eliminate long telephotos - not only because they shouldn't prove to be that useful, but they are heavy. You'll underestimate the effect of the climate, and I'm willing to bet you're not in marathon shape so, BE CAREFUL. The less you have to carry the better.
Most of those rocks don't move, and if they are you're not going to want to be taking photos, so the high frame
rate of the Idx doesn't help much. I'd narrow the load to the 5Diii, the 7D, a 16-35 and a 24-105. You can
add the fisheye if your "artistic" sense requires it. The M pretty much duplicates the coverage of the other two,
but it is small enough to carry without too much penalty. A light, but sturdy, tripod and several canteens would
fill out my case.