On every tour & expedition, you will be provided with the following items
sitpad, thermoflask, sausage stick
warm overalls (if necessary)
warm winter boots (if necessary)
gloves & winter cap (if necessary)
tripod (if necessary)
What kind of camera gear is recommended?
Your own DSLR- camera
Pocket camera will do fine in nature photography
Wide angle lens for Auroras, normal and zoom lenses for landscapes (aperture of f2.8 – 3.5 and 14-24mm recommended in Aurora photography)
Stable and easily adjustable
It is cold here and batteries won’t last very long
at least 8gb card recommended
You need to carry your own equipment during our expeditions
What should I wear on your expeditions and tours?
It is your responsibility to have enough winter clothing with you to keep warm while we are out in the nature. However, we can provide you with warm overalls and insulated winter boots if you don’t have these with you. Sometimes we operate in temperatures as low as -25 to -30 degrees Celsius, so it is very important that you bring enough clothing with you. In these temperatures proper clothing is a matter of safety!
Down jacket recommended
Wind and water proof
Fleece jacket or sweater
Top clothing layer
Bottom clothing layer, wool is recommended
Ski gloves / mittens
Thick enough to keep your hands warm at all times
Light woolly gloves
For handling the camera
Warm and insulated, water proof
Woolly socks recommended
Thermal neck warmer
Helps you keep warm
Should fully cover you head and ears
Helps you keep warm in windy or extremely cold conditions
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