Hi all, I'm going to Namibia in a few weeks on a "self-drive safari." I'm much less of a wildlife/sports/people photographer than a landscape/abstract/color shooter, so I'll let everyone else take shots of the animals with their very heavy, expensive lenses while I do my best with what I have and then I'll thoroughly enjoy shooting the sunrises, sunsets, trees and dunes of the magnificent environment of Namibia. At my age, I avoid carrying heavy equipment around with me when I travel. Due to the great amount of dust in Namibia I want to avoid changing lenses as much as possible. Consequently, this is what I'm thinking of taking: One lens on my Nikon D7100 with its 1.5 reach with a telephoto, possibly a zoom, although the lack of sharpness concerns me; My lightweight Fuji XT-1 with a 10-24 for the wide angles and a 55-200 for a backup zoom telephoto. So, two camera bodies (one heavy, one light), three lenses. This all fits into a relatively compact and comfortable backpack with necessary items (batteries, cards, tripod head, etc....) My D750 will probably stay home. I'll also have my Fuji X30 as a compact to carry with me. I happen to prefer the sharpness and fidelity of the results I get with my Fujis than my Nikons. The question is which lens to take with the D7100; a zoom or a prime like the 300 f/4, one or the other. I have a 55-300 which would reach to 450 with probably lousy results. Of course, the 300 fixed would give me beautiful images at the cost of flexibility. I've been considering purchasing a 28-300 or a 70-300 but again, weight and poor quality at the extremes would concern me. I want quality much more than quantity. Your thoughts? Thanks.