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Many of us are not familiar with the term digital nomad. According to wikipedia:
Digital nomads are individuals that leverage wireless digital technologies to perform their work duties, and more generally conduct their lifestyle in a nomadic manner. Such workers typically work remotely—from home, coffee shops, public libraries and even from recreational vehicles to accomplish tasks and goals that used to traditionally take place in a single stationary workplace.
If you are investing in a new DSLR and are serious about wildlife photography, here is a good camera. I recommend it due to the good reviews earned and the weather proofing, while I rest the details to Ken Rockwell. Weather proofing is important. Without it your camera is a white elephant in the bush!I personally prefer the D7100 due to the attractive price for what you get for a top of the line DX!
Photographic Society of Sri Lanka: Annual International Competition & Exhibition of Photography. (Be sure to mention you were referred by VON FIDEL Travel)
|DSLR: Nikon D7100 from www.kenrockwell.com|
The photography enthusiast often wonders what DSLR camera to buy. I have had to deal with this myself both in my quest towards the appropriate DSLR camera for wildlife photography and answering travellers that intend touring with VON FIDEL Travel experiencing the land of paradise, i.e. Sri Lanka.
Here is an intuitive guide I find very helpful before plunging towards investing in a DSLR.
*I am an amateur photographer and gladly recommend www.kenrockwell.com for quality reading.
Inquire about private hunting expeditions.
Why would one review or discuss a blogging tool in a travel site? Well, VON FIDEL Travel is like the open-source alternative to the propriety travel industry. You decide how everything should be. From food to gear, your travel with us is an adventure YOU create. Among this new breed of revolutionary travelers pioneering freedom travel are the digital nomad types. CamelBak hydration pack on back, Macbook Pro tucked in it, Pelican case as luggage with professional camera gear safely stowed away in it - this is what we are talking about! - Alfie Ameer
This is a truly adventurous expedition for the tactical geek. Patrol by evening, set up surveillance camera traps while geocaching GPS coordinates on our Bushnell HuntTrack GPS devices and return to camp for chilled beer. By dawn the following day we track back, download surveillance data and plan the hunt. By dusk you are on the trail with an ambush team. Imagine the rest!
|Back packing for the hike.|
All of us have packed a backpack, at least in some point in our lives. When you venture out on a serious adventure with your backpack as the armory of tools, store of all supplies and more it pays to have a system that enables load at low-stress while enhancing comfort. This could mean elimination of negative impact to your back, body and joints. This will also reduce fatigue.
You start by dividing up your gear. Heaviest items go in the center of your spine and closer to your back. Items like your sleeping bag go tucked in the bottom and you could strap them in a modular fashion. You would only need them when you finally make camp. Frequently accessed gear like compass, GPS, maps, snack etc. get packed up finally on the top where you have quick and easy access. Finally, it helps to use compression straps/bungee/para cord to tighten up the pack so your gear do not shift in travel. Keep your pack looking as sleek as possible!