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Watch Camera Protection on YouTube

No camera is indestructible. There are many hazards our equipment face every day including dropping, loss, theft, and the elements. In this video I go over all of those and tell you how to protect your equipment from the evils of their lifetime.

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0 # Isa 2012-02-18 12:24
what is the brand of the rain cover bag
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2012-02-18 13:13
ThinkTank
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0 # Cheri 2012-02-21 20:11
Hey Greg. Nice job with the videos! I really enjoyed the classes I took with you a couple years ago and am happy to have found your videos. Since moving to Boston, I've missed your teaching. The videos are almost as good as learning from you in person. : )

Best wishes

Cheri Widzowski
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0 # Clair 2012-02-23 08:21
Some great advice..Thanks Greg x
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0 # Adrian 2013-01-06 23:31
Greg,

I live in an ultra cold winter climate (-20 to -30 Deg C). Condensation I guess would be the biggest issue here. We have a canon 5d $3000 camera and really want to go out there and take advantage of the winter beauty. How would hydraphobic covers stand up? Do you have an article or advice so my gear won't get F'd up? What would be your advice to gradually cool or warm up the camera?

Anything really would help.

Thanks
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0 # Clement 2013-04-08 11:34
Hi Greg, just finished watching this video.

i did put on a uv filter glass for my canon 17-55mm lens. its a B+W 010 UV Filter. it'll cost maybe around $80 equivalent here in PHilippines. I really am tempted to just remove it.

have you done a video comparison for shots that 1.) taken with UV Filter on; 2.) taken without UV filter on.... just to prove a point on UV filter's effect on image quality
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