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What can I say... I'm in love. I have only had a chance to play with
it twice (insert smut here) and I am not disappointed. I can't wait
for work to quieten down so that it can get the seeing to it deserves.
16th Aug 2007, 07:53   | tags:,,

Helen says:

Technology is so very reliable.

(Unless you gat sand in it.)

16th Aug 2007, 07:56

Steve says:

And nobody wants to gat sand into their bits

16th Aug 2007, 07:57

Helen says:

Hey, that little bag that came with my camera (that I refused to throw away) ended up as my camera's saviour. So, my tip, keep the protective bags.

16th Aug 2007, 08:01

Steve says:

Really? what did it save it from?

The Crumpler bag is lovely too... but you would expect that really

16th Aug 2007, 08:04

Helen says:

More sand. Sand that got into the case.

There's no stopping you now.

16th Aug 2007, 08:07

Dhamaka says:

And so you should be
I'm in love with my D80 too

16th Aug 2007, 08:25

Viv says:

Ooh very nice

16th Aug 2007, 08:56

nige says:

congrats man!

16th Aug 2007, 09:15

beth says:

jealous!

16th Aug 2007, 10:31

mat says:

Ooooh, nice. *camera envy*

I have the same bag for my D50, it's good. Just about fits the camera + lens in, with a little spare for a battery and memory card.

16th Aug 2007, 10:32

goode says:

join the club mister! :)

16th Aug 2007, 11:12

Steve says:

I really do need some time off so that I can use it.

I had a go on Sunday and almost got into a very awkward situation. I was wandering around Hackney Marshes when I found a large gate that had been left open, I went through and came across a wildlife area that allowed you to get near to the train tracks. "Brilliant I can get some motion blurred train shots" I thought and started making my way through worn paths amongst brambles. I was in there for about 4 mins before I started noticing a fair few men in there forties scurrying from bushes and looking very guilty. So apologies for not having any train shots, and apologies to the men who's afternoon I ruined.

16th Aug 2007, 23:06

Caine says:

Oh, fantastic! Congratulations! Colour me green with envy. I want a D80 so bad. I've been looking for a good camera bag and checked out Crumplers. They look like good bags.

16th Aug 2007, 23:25

Steve says:

I am very impressed with both of my crumplers.

I did wait for quite a long time before buying one and I have been working really hard recently.

16th Aug 2007, 23:28

WhoseShoes says:

I'm not going to comment I'm so envious.................

ooooooooooopps I just did

wonderful :-)

16th Aug 2007, 23:28