Thank you all for the really nice comments. In actuality, I only have mediocre skill with the camera, but above average intent.
For those that requested it, my gear list for the trip can be seen here
For Nico, I limited myself to a single 24/1.8 zeiss lens attached to my NEX-6. I had brought a 55-200 telephoto lens, but left it in the car at the last minute for a weight savings of 14 oz. I missed having it in the Eckford chain of lakes, when the loons were playing hide and seek with me but I couldn't get a closeup. For whitewater shots and all day paddling, I used a go pro hero 3, which didn't work out as well as I liked. I missed many good shots on the water days, and didn't know it until I got home. The image quality from that camera was poor, as can be seen in the report. In the multipack were 2 spare batteries, a circular polarized lens, lens pen, and opteka remote.
Adam, no tarp for this one. When using a waterproof bivy in the rain, it's all about site selection. I usually look for a spot under a nice spruce with a good canopy and lots of duff.