Hello fellow PUG Members! Our March PUG meeting will be at The Festival of Colors in Spanish Fork on March 25th from noon to 4pm.
The address is: 311 W 8500 S
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
Here are directions to the temple:
Please arrive early as you will have to take a shuttle bus to the temple!
I need an RSVP to know who to plan on attending!
Now some tips on How to protect your camera, courtesy of Scott Jarvie.
People always ask me about keeping the camera safe??
The safest thing you can do is to not own a camera to worry about.
Personally, I really don’t worry about it… tons of people that bring their camera and if they’re not stupid they’re just fine.
I will NOT try to convince you to come… some people will remain paranoid no matter what. I will not try to talk sense into you. If logic can’t save you then just don’t come, or come and don’t shoot, or come and buy a underwater bag.
But below I will give you the perfect TIPS on how to be SMART
BTW it’s not smart to be in the middle of the crowd with no protection and a external zoom lens… but you can always NOT be in the middle of the crowd.
For those that are concerned
I would NOT recomend the following
- Using external zoom lenses
- Going into the middle of the crowd
- Changing lenses
- Changing memory cards
- Using a neckstrap you don’t want stained
- Not using gaffer tape on sensetive areas
As for me
- I wear an open jacket to tuck the camera
- I put filters on the lenses. (Even a cheap one just for the day)
- I don’t use an external zoom lens (so no 24-70) and I’d be risky to use my 14-24 but the other 5-6 lenses are fair game.
- I gaffer tape flash pop up, battery area, memory card area and external plug in sections.
- I put syran wrap around where the lens connects and remove it when I want to change lenses
- I change lenses in a safe environment
- I air compressor or comressed air to blow off entire camera prior to changing lenses and when I’m done for the day.
- I get a sensor cleaning
Thanks for the great information Jarvie!!!!
I hope to see you all there!!!