Going hiking soon, in mountains and marsh lands. In the far north of sweden. Probably fantastic autumn colours. I'm thinking of what to bring. I wanna do some landscape photo I think, and may be some close-up still lifes. So, this is the cameras and lenses I have at my disposal: *Mamiya RB67 (only one back unfortunately and the 90 mm C) *Nikon FM (50/1.8, 28-80/3.5-4.5,28/2.5) *Chinon CX (no batteries, and no 1.35 available before leaving. 135/2.8, 28-80/a lot + macro, 55/1.7 and a few other slow lenses) *Rollei 35 T (40/3.5 scale focus) *Yashica lynx 14E (45/1.4 range finder) *Nikon F80 (N80 in the us) (same lenses as the FM plus a G 70-300/4.5-5.6) *Minolta something point-and-shoot. If I go for any of the SLRs I'll take a tripod. The mamiya is in the lead right now, although I'm seriously thinking of going against the grain here and just taking the rollei.. Is the pictures worth the extra weight of the mamiya and the tripod? Hmm, although I usually say that the mamiya rb isn't really heavy, I suspect that i might feel a bit heavier together with a tent, sleeping bag and so on. It would be fun just taking a point and shoot and just snap away. Hmm, maybe a 35 mm slr would be the rational choice here, but isn't it a bit boring? The chinon I got for free this saturday, is rather unproven, and I don't have any battery for it, I won't have any time for testing how to compensate for the extra voltage induced by the 1.5 volt battery available rather than the 1.35 mercury that it is designed for. Although I seriously like the zoom lens with macro settings. Since I will take my benbo tripod I will have good opportunities to do some macro shooting. This could of course also be done with the mamiya. Which probably weighs the same as the chinon and the zoom lens. The FM is lighter, but lacks macro. And I haven't really given films any serious thinking yet. In 35 mm I currently only have fomapan 400. In 120 I have shanghai GP3 100 and reala expired '96 (!). I think I will buy some tomorrow. In colour I prefer print film rather than slides, as I like physical prints best. What colour negative film has the most velviaesque qualities? What B/W film would you take? Gave some old expired Pan F some thought, should be alright, shouldn't it? Well as you see, I'm having some mild anxiety of what to bring. Suggestions on camera/lens combinations and film are very welcome.