View Poll Results: Do you bring your photographic gear to your workplace?

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    Default Do you bring your photographic gear to your workplace?

    Hi All,

    Just curious to know. How many of you bring your photographic gears to your workplace on a regular basis? Can be just a Point and Shoot camera or the full gear (e.g. camera bag w/ DSLR, lenses, flash, tripod etc.). Of course, this is assuming you are working in a non-photography related field lar.

    Note: Camera phones/PDAs/devices other than cameras which can take digital pics are not counted in the poll. This is purely for true cameras only, any shape, size or brand will do.

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    I would if i could.

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    Yes, whenever I have a shoot after office hour, I will need to carry the "equipment" in the morning to my office, and put it under my office table. It is a bit obvious, everyone is looking at me and wondering why this guy carrying such a big bag to office.

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    if there is a need to....

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    Oh yes, after office hours shooting and finds no time to go home and take my gears. My office got Nikon 2100 purely for office works shooting, sometimes my also bring PNS digicam to office in case on the walk got interest subjects to snap snap ...
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    Once in a while cause mine is an outdoor job and you never know when you will go somewhere interesting.....hopefully the camera doesnt get too hot.....

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    heh heh, i got a little dry cabinet under my table in my office...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry
    heh heh, i got a little dry cabinet under my table in my office...
    Now where do you put your legs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry
    heh heh, i got a little dry cabinet under my table in my office...

    Hi Larry, are you working in SOHO? Otherwise, you not scared that your equipment went for walk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennisLee
    Hi Larry, are you working in SOHO? Otherwise, you not scared that your equipment went for walk?
    Lol. Maybe the whole dry cabinet decided to go for a walk instead?

    But gotta be careful too if u bring ur gears to the office...esp if lots of people are around...I lock mine in my metal cabinet whenever I bring the stuff...just to be safe.

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    Will bring if I could.
    My work place doesn't allow cameras to be brought in.

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    I take a camera to work everyday.

    Could just be my Olympus XA or Mini Trekker loaded up, never have anything planned to shoot at / after work but I have the gear if needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion
    Now where do you put your legs?
    Wahahaha, put the legs in too, so it'll be dry and not smell bad when you go home.....

    Anyway I use to bring camera to work too but now I stop doing it for 2 months already.....need a break man.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry
    heh heh, i got a little dry cabinet under my table in my office...
    You use it to prop up the legs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion
    Now where do you put your legs?
    hehheh my table's bigger than that lah, it's tucked away in a corner of my table...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennisLee
    Hi Larry, are you working in SOHO? Otherwise, you not scared that your equipment went for walk?
    it's locked obviously... and it's my own office, so i'd know if someone was messing with my gears...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightchaser
    Will bring if I could.
    My work place doesn't allow cameras to be brought in.
    same here

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    Military camp. totally out of the question.

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    I bought a cheap PnS digicam so that I could bring it to work

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    nope... my "office" cameras are more pro that what i have. Take out they will laugh

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