What if?

Grant

Veteran
Nov 12, 2010
68
Lunenburg Nova Scotia
Today I dropped my camera not far enough to do majour damage, just enough to give it a few battle scars. I just dusted it off, shrugged my shoulder and kept shooting. After all what is a tool without working grunge on it?

While I was driving back from the shoot I got to thinking. I don’t change cameras all that often but “What if?” What if my camera was destroyed, what if I had to replace it, what would I choose?

While there are lots of really cool cameras out there tempting me I think I would look for another GF1 as it works for me.

So if you had a “What if?” What would you do?
 

Streetshooter

Administrator Emeritus
Jul 12, 2010
123
Philly, Pa
If my X100 dropped and was destroyed, I'd sell the others to get another X100.
If it was any other camera, I'd look for something else.
That's the truth and I'm sticking with it.
 

ajramirez

Hall of Famer
Jul 9, 2010
124
Caguas, Puerto Rico
Antonio
Depends on the camera. My G2 would be replaced by a G3 when it became available. The Oly E-P1 I would not replace. The Canon 50D would probably be replaced by a 7D. In any case, I would probably have a long hard cry...

Cheers,

Antonio
 

ZDP-189

Twitter: <a href="http://twitter.com/#!/ZDP189">@Z
Apr 18, 2011
18
GRDIII or X100: replace no matter the cost. Others: use the GRDIII or X100 instead
 

BBW

Administrator Emeritus
Jul 7, 2010
123
betwixt and between
BB
Grant, I'm glad your camera is hunky dory, first and foremost. Me, I'd need to get ahold of another Fuji X100. We have tied the knot.

I think once someone finds it, such as you have with your GF1 that there's no point in playing the field. Sometimes, however, it takes quite a while to find the one.
 

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