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Old 08-05-2010, 05:36 AM
rajajay rajajay is offline
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We are planing to go dzongri goechala trek this September.If any one gide as about those pleases it will vary much help full to as...this is first time for me to go that much high..If any one give me some tips about what kind of safety majors have to take for my dslr Nikon d300s...
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Old 08-11-2010, 03:13 PM
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Hi Ajay,

Nice camera, and good trek! I don't think you need too much precaution - you'll find a bit of snow, but the camera can handle that. I would recommend one thing: keep your batteries in your jacket pocket. That will keep them warm, since they die out very quickly if left outside in the cold camera. Also, might I recommend a light tripod and binoculars - you won't regret carrying those

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Old 08-15-2010, 05:06 PM
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Hi Ajay,

Nice camera, and good trek! I don't think you need too much precaution - you'll find a bit of snow, but the camera can handle that. I would recommend one thing: keep your batteries in your jacket pocket. That will keep them warm, since they die out very quickly if left outside in the cold camera. Also, might I recommend a light tripod and binoculars - you won't regret carrying those

biswaroop
Thanks man I will remember your recommendation And do the same..
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Old 12-10-2011, 03:45 AM
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I am glad to learn that you guys had a wonderful time trekking in dzonri goechala last year. I too was intending to set out to the same place for quite a while. What do you guys think of trekking there next month? Is the climate endurable or Many of my friends have recomeneded two things one is the myrtle beach golf and the other one is dzongri goechala trek, both are entirely different stuffs and I am really having a struggle in choosing where i need to go this time.harsh?
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