– Re: forensic photography
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FYI, a polarizing filter if used correctly can help to see where someone has touched on a dusty dash when the sun is very bright. Just turn the ring until the dust becomes visible and you have a generic idea of where to look for prints. The same goes for a pair of polarized sunglasses, just looks funny when you are turning head sideways to look for the prints.
We all carry backup batteries and memory card just in case.
Our main camera's are Nikon D3000 or D3100's (4 total) with the kit 18-55mm VR lens and backups are Nikon D70's (4) with the standard kit lens. I also use a 55-300mm VR lens with my D3100 as well as a Nikon SB600 flash. I have used this setup for 2 years and love it. I have an assortment of filters to use for varying circumstances as well.