Below is a breakdown of the photos I took, and which cameras and focal lens I used.
Number of photographs taken:
8412 photos, an average of 701 photos per day.
An average of 14.82mb per photo, and a total of 121.76 gb of storage used.
1149 photos made my selection for family members (13.66% of all photos taken)*
300 photos made my selection for friends.
100 photos will make it into my web gallery.
5 photos are good enough to be made into large prints (20"x30").
Cameras used (excluding purged photos):
618 taken w/ EOS 1DS II
531 taken w/ Canon 5D
Focal length used (excluding purged photos):
1000 mm: 17 photos (500 f/4L w/ 2.0x tele)
0700 mm: 223 photos (500 f/4L w/ 1.4x tele)
0500 mm: 199 photos
0400 mm: 208 photos
350-399 mm: 14 photos
300-349 mm: 34 photos
200-299 mm: 78 photos
100-199 mm: 144 photos
050-099 mm: 85 photos
024:049 mm: 147 photos
439 photos used the 500 f/4L lens (plus tele-converters)
A total of 647 photos were taken at 400mm or above.
Note: during 3 days in Selous, I was not able to use the 500 f/4 as all photo opportunities were hand-held. If it weren't for this case, there would have been even more shots done with the 500 f/4L.
The 13.66% keep rate is accentuated by multiple shots taken of the same animal looking for the right tail flick, eye expression, etc...