View Poll Results: Do you unmount your lens when not used?

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Thread: Do you unmount your lens when not used?

  1. #41

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    Aiyo. On or off, does it matter?! Sheesh...

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    It's like.... u own a super-duper weather sealed camera with a super-duper weather sealed lens....... THEN..... at the slightest hint of rain 'droplets'....... PACK everything.... hai.......
    Who Dares Wins!

  3. #43

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    Quote Originally Posted by skywalker28 View Post
    It's like.... u own a super-duper weather sealed camera with a super-duper weather sealed lens....... THEN..... at the slightest hint of rain 'droplets'....... PACK everything.... hai.......
    Normal reaction . Unless it's a company one, that's what I do to my stuff. And that's why my friend advice has made me think twice.

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    Default Re: Do you unmount your lens when not used?

    Quote Originally Posted by skywalker28 View Post
    It's like.... u own a super-duper weather sealed camera with a super-duper weather sealed lens....... THEN..... at the slightest hint of rain 'droplets'....... PACK everything.... hai.......
    It's called paranoid.

  5. #45

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    Well certain ppl have the enjoyment of seeing his gears rather than nice photos

    Photogeargraphy

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    Default Re: Do you unmount your lens when not used?

    no...and never~~

  7. #47

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    Nope, my walkaround lens is always on - even when in my bag - for snap-ready moments. What's the point of taking it off? It's like having a gun without the bullets, and when the enemy comes, u'd have to load the bullets - by which time you'd be dead.

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    Default Re: Do you unmount your lens when not used?

    perpetually leave my 35-70 on my D700...

    hardly even change for my 50mm f/1.4.

    same for my m6, my 28 cron is always on.
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  9. #49

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    I sleep with my camera hanging around my neck. So should I store it in the dry box or keep it hanging? Lol...

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