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    Tough choice but I think you made the right one. If the whole kit gets too heavy or clumsy, just take the 80 along. What's that stat? 70% of all (good?) photos are taken with a 'normal' lens?

    After being a bit disappointed by my 35mm negs at 11x14 I took my much heavier c330 w/ 1 lens (the awesome 80) to Prague and every negative is beautiful if not noteworthy.

    That being said, a super light and inexpensive Rolleicord IV accompanied me to Ireland and I was very happy with the negatives and my back thanked me.

    Have an amazing trip. Theyre all such incredible places.
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    I don't take photographs when I travel in order to have souvenirs from the trip. So I don't travel in order to make photographs. I carry a camera because I never know when I will see a picture. That's no more or less true when I'm traveling than when I'm home. What's different is that if I don't travel with a camera, unlike when I leave my house without a camera, I've no opportunity to run home and get my camera...or come back another day to make the photograph. Traveling without a camera means a high likelihood of missed opportunities.
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