For the first time, a camera falls on the floor

Discussion in 'Photo Assignments & Technical Challenges' started by danisat, Jan 9, 2018.

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  1. vin88

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    camera falling on concrete - the worst.


     
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    DSLR falling on concrete. Even worse >_<
     
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    :( I'm sorry....I remember when I dropped my (then new) mark iii & 24-70 in the mud :( Still works though, years later!

    edit to add...mine was on a strap! My black rapid, but I slipped (in mud) and it hit the ground as hard as my butt did :/
     
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    My wife let her daughter use her then new Nikon D7000 and she dropped it after I had pleaded with her to put the strap around her neck which she would not do. I noticed that there was a ding on the front edge of the lens, but on closer observation it was on the edge of the UV filter and not the lens itself. Happy ending.
     
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    I feel your pain. Did this last year:
    [​IMG]Whoops by Destin Danser, on Flickr
     

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