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"RE: D4 Abuse"

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Sat 25-May-13 11:24 PM

Actually the camera is a D3s.

I do agree that it is impressive the kind of abuse a Nikon Pro body can take. I certainly wouldn't try any of that with my D4. I've never worried about a bit of rain though.

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A general, generic topic D4 Abuse [View all] , mel_klim , Thu 23-May-13 05:04 PM
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