So we're lucky ones: a D80 + a trip to NZ!
B.t.w.: What is your experience with the ML-L3 remote regarding range and directionality (i.e. releasing from all positions relative to the D80)? After reading Banana Jacks comments on the ML-3 for his D200, I'm a bit cautious...
Another remark: I don't think that I get the Sigma 10-20mm. Everytime I look through the 18-200 @ 18mm I'm surprised how wide the field of view is. I think the hassle of carrying (and mounting) another lens is to much for me although I know there will be situations where you have no chance to get further away from the subject (to catch a wider fov).
Anyway, I'm more in for the detail as you can see from my purchase of the Micro-Nikkor.
With regard to the Jobo Giga One: I'm not sure wether they support the higher capacity (4+8GB) SDHC cards. One thing is for sure: Don't try standard 4GB SD cards in your D80. I tried one and would have lost 1000 pics if it was not a test. So you are on the safe side with the 2GB SD cards and a Jobo, but still: not supporting the SDHC standard means the Jobo is already outdated. Therefore I plan to take my lappy to NZ. It also gives a better way for reviewing your daily catch
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