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Hi everyone.

 

I'm shooting a short character doc in Greenland in two weeks. I'll be on a ship/boat most of the time. My camera is C100 with atomos ninja star. Lenses are: Sigma 18-35 1.8 / Canon 24-70 F4 / Canon 70-200 2.8 and I have an old school Olympus 50mm 1.8. Do I need any special filters? And if so, which and what brand. Otherwise any suggestions are very much appreciated. Thank you :)

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Whenever I have a shoot on a boat I always bring with me the following things:

 

- Clear filters (just in case)

 

- Rain cover for the camera (you will really want that if you are on a small boat to cover your camera from the sea water)

 

- One of those wristbands which allow you go on a boat without feeling dizzy (this one is very important for me, the very first time I worked on a boat.. well, you can imagine :D, since then, every single time that I have to work on one, I put my wristband on and I feel fab!)

 

- Kemwipes

 

- Towels

 

- And my rain bag with different boots and etc.

 

Have a good one and post it on here if you want to when it is finished! :)

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