This week: I’m talking about the kit selected for a camping/photography trip.
Around the middle of last week, I headed off to the South Downs in order to work on a feature describing a walking route. On that occasion, it required camping overnight and in the days preceding, of course, I had to decide which kit I would take.
In this show, the first of a two-parter, I’m launching straight into the selection process – and I’ll be concluding my thoughts next week.
Some quick links to things mentioned in this and next week’s show:
- TAP Test/Review: Sub Zero Thermal Down Jacket
- TAP Podcast Episode #203: Location Scouting – A Cautionary Tale
- TAP Video: Big Wild Sleepout 2016 Behind-the-scenes
- TAP Test/Review: Vango Nanga 50+10S Rucksack
- TAP Test/Review: Manfrotto Befree Carbon tripod
- TAP Test/Review: Paramo Velez Adventure Smock
- The Great Outdoors Magazine (TGO)
- Nikon D800 DSLR
- Nikon Nikkor 35mm f1.8G AF-S
- Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D
- Canon PowerShot G7X compact camera
- Kestrel 2500NV weather meter
- Ordnance Survey maps
- OS Locate app (Ordnance Survey)
- Viewranger app
- Vango Force camping equipment
- Therm-a-Rest camping equipment
- Hill Venture camping equipment
- Power Traveller portable chargers
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Music featured in this episode is courtesy of Matt Stevens. You can check out more of his work here.