Hey everyone, Sorry if this is repetitive, i know its probably a common subject, but I have a few questions regarding my specific budget. I am going out to work in yellowstone national park this summer, and want to add to my arsenal. I have total about $75-100 to spend on equipment right now, and will have about another $100 after the first couple weeks of working there. I am very interested in landscapes, animal life, and other outdoor photography. Now here's the things I am looking at getting. 1.A tripod, as mine has broken. As nice a quality one as my budget allows. Im looking for it to be something I can use with a 300mm lens on my nikon d60 2. Lens filters: I want a UV filter for protection, and probable a polarizing filter for landscapes, and a neutral density filter for waterfalls etc. Does this sound like a smart investment? What brands/models should I be looking at, where I could afford these things. I was thinking hoya multicoated filters. Anything else that might be useful given where I'm going to be all summer? Thanks for any help!!! It is greatly appreciated.