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Of Course you are going to need a great camera to capture Tasmania’s rugged beauty but once the team at Ted’s have set you up with the camera that best suits you, what are the other pieces you will need in your kit to get the best our of your trip? Here’s a list of what they recommend. A tripod. Tripods work to keep your shots free from blur and to help compose with greater accuracy. While it’s important that there’s a bit of weight to each tripod, there is a wide range of travel-friendly options on the market. A camera bag. You’re going to want to keep your camera gear safe from harm at all times, and this is even more of a concern considering Tasmania’s wetter climate. A camera bag with rain protection is the best option. ND 昀椀lters, or neutral density 昀椀lters. Due to all that rainfall, Tasmania’s waterfalls are full and 昀氀owing all year round. For waterfall photography, use an ND 昀椀lter to help you soften the movement of the water, without overexposing your photographs. Spare batteries and memory cards. Although this is not speci昀椀c for Tasmania, we thought we’d remind you so that you save yourself from missing any shots. A Travel Drone. While not essential, packing a portable and powerful travel drone is a great option for making the most of your trip, as aerial photography in Tasmania is guar- anteed to be breathtaking, plus, you’ll get a unique perspective of the stunning scenery. If you are more photography tips and camera advice visit

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