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#1 5ozofpain

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 07:20 PM

So I have a an Olympus Pen EPL-1 and I wanna take some pictures at the field with it. o my questions are.

- Can my camera take a hit?
- If not, what should I use to protect it?
- What settings should I use.
- What should I bring to the field with me?

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 07:43 PM

I wouldn't trust it to take a hit.
I'd say paint bags but when I think about it I've only tried that with my camera that takes hit with no problem so I can't say if it can protect your or not.

A tshirt should be sufficient though.
Lens trough the neck, your hands trough the arms and you'll see trough the bottom.
Works perfectly.

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Posted 05 October 2011 - 12:43 AM

So I have a an Olympus Pen EPL-1 and I wanna take some pictures at the field with it. o my questions are.

- Can my camera take a hit?
- If not, what should I use to protect it?
- What settings should I use.
- What should I bring to the field with me?


it will more than likely be fine. aside from getting shot directly in the screen or directly in the lens, i dont foresee your camera cracking or something.

you biggest concern should be to keep paint off and out of the camera.

bring some lens wipes and you'll be good.

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