Yep printing a book. I do that with every trip. A book looks so yummy. The new iphoto even has no problem with NEF files - freaky.
I never used your tele macro Eric! I just stuck with the 105 and it was no problem
We were in Iquitos for a few hours. Got some nice pics of a public market.
Things I learned:
Bring 2 camera bodies. Switching lens' is a pain while hiking in the jungle, and if you have a camera go bad (I did) you have a backup.
Bring way more batteries than you think you need. When the generator goes out, you are out of luck.
A mono pod is nice, but you rarely get to use it in the jungle. No time before the critter moves!
Always bring 5 pounds of silica gel - it will save your camera and other people with cameras will love you.
If you are shooting monkeys or birds, you want the 300.
The 'p' setting is auto shutter and aperture, but lets you monkey with everything else.
When you see a guy chopping up a caiman, ask his permission before you take a picture.
Make sure you buy a video camera that also take photos. Makes life easier.