|This is enough food and supplies for a two week trip. In Tasmania, water is available at campsites. Heavier gear is in the rear.||The cockpit has snacks, video battery, drinks and sunburn cream either behind the seat or in a "glove box" under the deck.|
video gear, Trangia + fuel, lunch box, tent, sleeping bag, dried food, fire lighting kit, food, Coke!
|Front compartment: Cameras, sleeping mat, shoes, fruit, first aid kit, clothes, snacks/soups, water, repair kit, small back pack.|
|Most expedition sea kayaks in Tasmania have a retractable rudder. This is essential in windy conditions.||Electric bilge pumps, requiring little maintenance are useful when you need both hands to paddle or support.|
|I now use two Sony mini DV video cameras. The Sony DCRPC101and the older DSRPC1. The auto focus on the newer camera is not as good but has a better overall picture/sound.||The video camera is kept in a splash proof housing. This is waterproof to 2m. I also have a Sea & Sea underwater housing for the PC1 but this is heavy and bulky for above water shots. It does allow wide angle lenses to be used.|
|Videos are edited in a Dell Precision computer with twin P3 processors and a Canopus Storm editing card. Software include Premier 6 and Storm Edit. I also have a Pioneer DVD burner.||I use a Sony DSCT1digital still camera in a waterproof housing for still shots.|