Luggage and bags: * Map and guidebook;
* 2 Liter of water;
* Fruit / power bars.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: * Hiking boots;
* 1 extra t-shirt;
* Shorts with many pockets;
* Fleece type jacket;
* Hat / cap;
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: * Lip balm;
* (Neck) sunblock;
Photo Equipment: * Camera and lots of SD cards!
* Extra batteries;
* Lens 210 mm.
Miscellaneous: * Binocular;
- National/State Park
- Hiking and Walking
My video and photo cameras in Netherlands
Photo Equipment: SONY Video Camera Recorder (Video 8) CCD-TR303E (1993-2003).
With SONY AC Power adaptor and charger AC-V35 (1993-1995)
and Hama Camcharger Combi II – universal battery charger/discharger for 6V NI-Cd video batteries.
Ten years of life until its audio recorder failed. Its charger failed after 2 years working. The second charger worked 8 years.
Its accumulator had about 30 minutes of life. Its 8mm video cassettes were 60-85-120 minutes long. They have been transmitted into VHS video cassettes 180-240-300 minutes long and into mpeg files about 3Gb/hour weight.
Kodak STAR auto focus (made in China) analog photo camera (36 shots/film). 1993-2000.
A very simple camera which we used to call a soap-dish. Every shot was rather expensive that’s why we should think over before taking a picture. Unfortunately I had only 1 or 2 films for every trip that time.
My map, guide book and booklet in Delft
Miscellaneous: Here is my map, guide book and booklet that provided me details about a geographic location, tourist attractions, or most interesting itineraries in Delft.
Netherlands. Le Petit Futé Michel Strogoff & Ass., City-Guides, Country-Guides, Paris-Luxemburg-Moscow. 1997, 250 pages.
Leave your stuff in Amsterdam...
Miscellaneous: I was staying in a Amsterdam hotel already. When it came time for me to go to Delft for night I took a day bag and left the rest of my stuff in the Amsterdam Hotel lock up. Hands free!