Chiawa Camp Develops Chiawa Filter

April 11, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | 0 Comments |
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Located along the banks of the Zambezi River,  Chiawa Camp is offering a unique technique that will allow you to take wildlife shots during night game drives without compromising the animals’ natural behaviour. The camp has developed a spotlight protocol which comprises red light filters and the Chiawa Filter. Red light filters are used on headlights and spotlights for locating animals and reducing any discomfort; the Chiawa Filter is then used for maximum photographic effect, eliminating the disorienting hot spot and unwelcome red tinge, using instead a specially-designed filter that creates diffused, natural light. For more information, visit the website below.

Website: Chiawa Camp

Chiawa Press Release

NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATURE AT CHIAWA

LOWER ZAMBEZI, Zambia (04/2014) Chiawa Camp is introducing the Chiawa Filter. Located along the banks of the Zambezi River and with great landscapes and wildlife settings for photographers, the camp is also offering a unique technique that will allow you to take amazing wildlife shots during night game drives without compromising the animals’ natural behavior.

Night game drives are an excellent opportunity to view predators and secretive nocturnal animals. However, many camps use white spot lights to locate the animals, which usually interfere with the hunting outcome and ultimately the animals’ behavior.  To avoid this, the camp developed a spotlight protocol unique to Chiawa Camp and Old Mondoro, another camp nearby.  

This spotlight protocol comprises red light filters and the Chiawa Filter. Red light filters are used on headlights and spotlights for locating animals and reducing any discomfort; the Chiawa Filter is then used for maximum photographic effect, eliminating the disorienting hot spot and unwelcome red tinge, using instead a specially-designed filter that creates diffused, natural light.

For more information visit www.chiawa.com



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