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  1. #21
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    Re: how i destroyed a Nikon D7000 in a sulfur hotspring

    thank you for the hint with the tripod and the gear - and thank you all for the sympathy -
    here is a photo form the camera after the accident - a friend who was with me took it...Name:  nikond7000_s.jpg
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  2. #22
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    Re: how i destroyed a Nikon D7000 in a sulfur hotspring

    Quote Originally Posted by carolina photo guy View Post
    you gotta look at the bright side. I know people that have been to harvard and have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to learn what netzkarl has learned for less than two thousand dollars. And trust me. This lesson has been learned!
    lesson learned! 100%
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    Re: how i destroyed a Nikon D7000 in a sulfur hotspring

    Quote Originally Posted by netzkarl View Post
    thank you for the hint with the tripod and the gear - and thank you all for the sympathy -
    here is a photo form the camera after the accident - a friend who was with me took it...Name:  nikond7000_s.jpg
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    Ouch! Damn that looks painful!
    Jack

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  4. #24
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    Re: how i destroyed a Nikon D7000 in a sulfur hotspring

    WoW! My worst nightmare. Too bad dude, I feel your pain.

  5. #25
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    Re: how i destroyed a Nikon D7000 in a sulfur hotspring

    Hey look! another bald dude! That makes 3 of us so far!
    Jack

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  6. #26
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    Re: how i destroyed a Nikon D7000 in a sulfur hotspring

    Bald?? Where? I have a full head of hair, thanks. I just keep it very, very closely cropped to my head. That is my story!
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  7. #27
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    Re: how i destroyed a Nikon D7000 in a sulfur hotspring

    Quote Originally Posted by Photowyzard View Post
    Bald?? Where? I have a full head of hair, thanks. I just keep it very, very closely cropped to my head. That is my story!
    lol.....ok, I'll go along with that. Welcome to Nikonites. What are you shooting with? I don't see it in your profile. (all that stuff on the left of your post)
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  8. #28

    Re: how i destroyed a Nikon D7000 in a sulfur hotspring

    Thank god for my personal articles policy thats an addenum to my renters insurance (yes, renters insurance!). I pay a whopping $1.60 per $100 to cover instances like this and I have seen it used personally. I lost my Nikon D80 with a kit lens at the airport from my country back home, but good thing it was just that, and had it insured for the face value of $950 with the 18-55mm lens, for under $16 annually. With no deductible, no police report and just a statement over the phone that my camera was stolen, I received a decent check for the full value of $950, because at the time, the D90 was the only comparable camera at $1199. So having that said, this 25 secs of misfortune, would have been no problem with me..
    Last edited by NikonD80user; 12-08-2011 at 08:36 AM.

  9. #29
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    Re: how i destroyed a Nikon D7000 in a sulfur hotspring

    i have never heard about that insurance - but i'm from europe - and that an insurance would pay you the full amount without any police report! especially when you are paying 16$ per year - how could this become a business for insurance ever???

  10. #30
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    Re: how i destroyed a Nikon D7000 in a sulfur hotspring

    Yikes that hurts!





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