Armor Protection System for Nikon SLR Cam

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  1. NiKOnSLR

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    Hey guys,

    Has any of you guys used the rubbery armor skin?

    Are they any good?

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    I used it on my Canon 30D and got rid of it. I don't think it was all that protective and it was a dirt magnet.
     
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    Thanks.
     
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    I know some people like the rubber hoods - but you can get far cheaper ones on ebay. As for protection I find the regular hoods work very well for lens protection.

    As for the armour on the camera body, I havn't used it, but I have read that some makes on some cameras can make the buttons harder to press as they are then in a deeper recess (surrounded by rubber).
     
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    yea, the hard to press buttons was one of the things that got me thinking when I saw the pics of the armor.

    Thanks. I think I might just use my fitted case.
     

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