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keeping cameras dry on gorilla trek

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My husband and I are wondering how others have kept their cameras dry while trekking in Rwanda (since plastic bags are against the law).

My husband has an SLR, and I have a rather large point and shoot. He won't be using his big lens, but, the camera is still on the large side. How have other people kept their cameras dry--especially if the rain hits during the gorilla-viewing time?

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