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Thread: Yellowstone near Cody

  1. #11
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    This July I didn't even take my camera or lens. First time in the last 10 years.
    I did take the 10x30 Canon Binoculars with IS. The IS on Canon's binoculars are great, it makes it easy to hand hold. If I had a recommendation it would be considering getting a good pair. Most of Lamar you will well out of reach of your 600mm for a decent picture but very view able with your binoculars. I spotted a grizzly and two cubs this year and watched them for some time, according to Google Earth they were a bit over a mile away. It is not uncommon to see the wolves working the river a 1/4 to 1/2 mile away. They are fun to watch if you catch them out.

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    All the prior posts are great advice. The views of the Tetons from the car are wonderful without any walking, but that does add a lot of driving if you are staying in Cody.

    Last trip in 2017 I took some shots wider than 24mm. but they were not my favorites once I reviewed then back home. Probably you don't need the 16-35 if you take the 24-70.

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