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    Leave the tripod behind. There are hides scattered over the park, of which the one at Lake Panic usually produces the best results, but for the most part the car will be your hide. Picnic sites and the camps are good for birds.

    I have a 32Gb card in each camera plus a spare for each. The photos are downloaded to the laptop each evening and copied to an external drive, so in total I have three copies by the end of the day. I use an ExPro battery charger in the car and have three spare batteries.
    David

    EM1ii, EM10ii

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    Mark

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      Re: DIY Kruger Safari - the kit

      I agree. The northern part of the Kruger lies in the tropics (Capricorn is just north of Mopani rest camp) so one doesn't get the long mornings and evenings to which we are accustomed in our own latitude. That's one reason why we tend to leave camp about 30' after gate opening and to return about an hour before the gate shuts.
      David

      EM1ii, EM10ii

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