My wife and I will be heading to Turkey in the end of May for nearly a month. Though not backpackers, we do travel independently, usually overland on local transport (e.g. busses, trains, etc.), so striking a good balance between bringing enough but not too much is important to us. We will be in Istanbul for a week, but the remainder of our itinerary is still developing (no pun intended), but may include visits to eastern Anatolia as well as neighboring countries. On a trip like this, we both generally shoot a broad mix of "travel" type photos, ranging from people to landscapes to architecture, including some indoor & nighttime shots (lighting & stabilization permitting). My wife typically shoots digital and will primarily use and carry her Nikon D3100 with the 18-55 kit lens. I shoot film primarily and need some advice on what to bring and, perhaps more importantly, what not to bother to bring with us. I'll shoot a mix of black & white (Tri-X, maybe some of my remaining Efke 25) and color (Velvia 50 for slides, Portra 400 for prints). I'll end up carrying much of whatever I choose to bring. I've got the following to select from: Camera bodies: Nikon F3 w/MD-4, Nikon F4s, Nikon F5, Leica IIIfLenses: Manual Focus Nikon: 50mm f2.0 AI, 50mm f1.4 AIS, 80-200 f4 AIS AF Nikon: 20-35 f2.8D with hood, 50mm f1.8, 70-210 f4, with hood Leica: 50mm f1.5 Summarit w/XOONS hood, 9cm f4 ElmarOther: iPhone 3GS to use the Pocket LightMeter app. VIOOH viewfinder for the Leica IIIf Miscellaneous gear including Nikon SB-20 flash, cable release, various black & white contrast filters.I'm thinking for bringing the following, but I worry that this may be MUCH more than I really need: Nikon F4s primarily with the 20-35 mounted, Nikon F5 primarily with the 70-210 mounted, the AF Nikon 50mm to toss in my pocket for lower light situations, and the IIIf with the 50mm & 90mm and VIOOH. What would you suggest?