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Thread: Panasonic FZ5, what if a blur user switch on power

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    Default Panasonic FZ5, what if a blur user switch on power

    but forgot to remove the lens cover? Without the lens adaptor, the cover will
    block the exit of the lens. With the lens adaptor, it's too large for the hard-cover
    bag. What's the solution?

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    Default Re: Panasonic FZ5, what if a blur user switch on power

    bro, get a bigger bag
    and trust me it worth the trouble to keep the adaptor on all the time and yes as usual get a uv filter to protect lens itself
    头可断,血可流,倩女不可不追求 carpe diem,when in doubt, hoot first,apologise later:p GALLERY

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    Default Re: Panasonic FZ5, what if a blur user switch on power

    Quote Originally Posted by eow
    bro, get a bigger bag
    and trust me it worth the trouble to keep the adaptor on all the time and yes as usual get a uv filter to protect lens itself
    Oh, yeah. The bag given by the camera shop looks quite nice, and it's hardcase. If I go out
    on tour then I can just squeeze it into suitcase. Drawback is one can't have everything.

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    Default Re: Panasonic FZ5, what if a blur user switch on power

    I have a FZ-1, when you switch on the camera without taking out the lense cover, the LCD will disply a message to ask you to remove the cover, then off and on the camera again. I believe FZ-5 should be the same. It is save, don't worry.

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    Default Re: Panasonic FZ5, what if a blur user switch on power

    Used to own a FZ10 ... anyway my worry is never with lens covers, its with blur users who want to delete pics ... so long as they dun delete everything, it is fine with me ... so far no accidents yet

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