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May
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asked Why would the Canon EF-S 55-250 IS II be cheaper than the first version?
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accepted What is the correct resting position for a camera with a long lens and a battery grip?
May
14
comment What is the correct resting position for a camera with a long lens and a battery grip?
jrista, do you have a battery grip installed? what i wanted to know is, if there's a battery grip and the body is now taller, the lens is relatively long and when rested on at able, the weight of the lens falls on the hood tip, there might be pressure applied on the lens connection to the body because of the position. that is what i am concerned about. it only happens if you have a battery grip, cause it does make the camera considerably taller. without the grip, i agree with you there should be no problem.
May
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comment What is the correct resting position for a camera with a long lens and a battery grip?
thats what i was doing, just wanted to confirm Hakon. Thanks
May
13
comment What is the correct resting position for a camera with a long lens and a battery grip?
yes Hakon, that's what i meant.
May
13
comment What is the correct resting position for a camera with a long lens and a battery grip?
thanks jrista, but i'm talking in a resting position. say, if the camera is not being used and is resting on a table. what would be the right way for it to rest there?
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asked What is the correct resting position for a camera with a long lens and a battery grip?
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