Note: I have read the exchange between Tom Bracht and Joseph Linaschke, I think my case is a little different.
I am going to be taking a 6 week trip that starts on the East Coast of the USA (EDT) and go to as far as Eastern European Time Zone then returning to Central European Time Zone. I get to Europe by cruise ship, there will be a total of 8 time changes before I return back home.
I will take 2 digital cameras and my MacBook Pro. I do not have any GPS equipment but intend to update “Places” upon return to home. I will import into Aperture daily.
I know that I will have to make lots of adjustments to my wrist watch. Can I leave my cameras and Mac on the same time zone during the entire trip without causing any problems? This will save me a lot of time and trouble and reduce the chances of time-setting errors. It's a vacation and accurate times are not very important but I would like the two cameras to be in sync.
If it is OK, should I just leave them set to EDT or should I change to UCT (GMT)?
I intend to check to see that my times are in sync, but I'd really rather not have to be making all of those time-zone changes.