[font color=\'#000000\']Hello - in consideration and esteem of present company, I'd identify myself as a bellow average but marginally competent SLR photographer. I'll be in Iceland for 6 weeks as part of the Snorri program (Snorri.is), June 13-July 24. I'll be shooting from a Pentax MZ-5N, with a Pentax 72mm 28-200 lens, and I'm also borrowing a high-quality 20-35 lens. I may also take a second body, but all I've got is a K-1000: still, that's nice and reliable, and I'm confident and familiar with it, while the MZ-5N is new to me. I will also have use of my sister's small digital Pentax Optio33WR, which will reside in my pocket for those unexpected moments.
I currently plan to take about 50 rolls of film. (I will be working and studying, so I won't be on the shutter 24-7, much to my regret. I am also a student, so budget is a factor, although I'm letting things loose in respect for the 'once in a lifetime' factor.) I'll also have a polarizer for the 28-200 lens. I don't tend to use a tripod, although I do have an old and packable one: I've got a steady hand, but I'm sure that would make some of you laugh. Any advice would be great on what types of film to take, and what not to take. Any other advice would also be most helpful.
Many thanks - Leif Einarson, Maple Ridge, B.C., Canada[/font]