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    Anyone has any experience with insects inside the camera????

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    Quote Originally Posted by ooohax View Post
    Anyone has any experience with insects inside the camera????
    Really got bug?

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    I know my buddy has an ant happily crawling around his viewfinder... I find that quite funny actually. LOL!

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    does the ant help to check for tilting horizons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kit View Post
    does the ant help to check for tilting horizons?
    Well it doesn't but it works great as a screensaver. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazmee View Post
    Well it doesn't but it works great as a screensaver. LOL!
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    like this guy on your computer screen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazmee View Post
    Well it doesn't but it works great as a screensaver. LOL!
    lol i wonder if it's possible for the ant to get killed inside the camera

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    Maybe the ant can help to clean the sensor dust.

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    will get killed when it venture right on ur mirror and u click the shutter... then the ant will go on a roller coaster ride i guess.. or....flatten?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hazmee View Post
    Well it doesn't but it works great as a screensaver. LOL!
    Wahahaha....
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    INSIDE the camera? o.O how does it survive in there? maybe can remove the lens and let it crawl out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    lol i wonder if it's possible for the ant to get killed inside the camera
    Y not? All it has to do is walk onto the metal contacts on the circuit board and voila!
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    Y not? All it has to do is walk onto the metal contacts on the circuit board and voila!
    Won't that take out ur circuit board as well? It would be like Kamikaze?
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    Default Re: Insect inside the camera???

    not inside my camera but in my memory card

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddyks View Post
    Won't that take out ur circuit board as well? It would be like Kamikaze?
    Yupz, so CB have to change.
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    maybe could try waiting for it to crawl onto the shutter and *squish* bug juice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deming86 View Post
    maybe could try waiting for it to crawl onto the shutter and *squish* bug juice!
    U mean the reflex mirror instead? Cos the shutter's curtains are pretty fragile.
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    Lol not me, but in nature ants crawling on the camera its normal

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    Unless you purposely put it inside...

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