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We are going to Serengeti and Masai Mara in early Oct and have a few questions about photography. I plans to buy a Canon S2 IS camera (432mm tele) and Canon ZR300 (22X optical) camcorder for the trip.

1. Is a tripod of any use? Will there chance that we will actually stand on the gound to set it up?

2. How much photo opportunities will you get? How many pictures will you take on average? I am trying to figure out how much memory I should carry.

3. Is there a lot of birds to see on the trip?

Thanks!

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