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    When I was working, I nearly always had a camera with me. I did get a few decent shots because of it, but didn't always have time to stop and get a shot that I saw 'cause I was on the way to a scene. I also ended up using it for work on occasion if it wasn't a serious enough case for the official photo crew to be called out. Once though, I was taking the driving class and got to run through the course in my personal car and realized as I was doing the slalom that the thumps I kept hearing were my then brand-new tripod in the trunk flopping back and forth.

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    I recently bought a Certo Six with 2.8/80mm coated Tessar for that very purpose, to carry it along wherever I go. Great lens, great camera, just a bit slow to operate (but I still have to get used to it).
    Previously, I had a Plaubel 67. Sadly, I sold that one

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    I usually have a camera with me when I go to work, typically my Nikon F3 or my Yashica Lynx 5000e, or an Olympus Stylus if I feel like traveling light. But even if I don't bring one of them, there are cameras at work, too. I'm surrounded by them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rthomas View Post
    But even if I don't bring one of them, there are cameras at work, too.
    I'm surrounded by them!
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    Not into work, but I have a long commute and usually have a camera in my car. Right now there's a foldex 30 loaded with acros hidden under the driver's seat :-)

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    Always did when working. Retired now and have a camera in car and cell phone on belt just in case.

    Best regards,

    /Clay
    Last edited by Clay2; 04-18-2013 at 11:48 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: spelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdeeh View Post
    i take a camera with me whenever I leave the house.


    I used to. I haven't carried a camera with me regularly in months though.

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    I have a film camera within 10'-15' of me 24/7
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    I carry either a 35mm or an instax with me everyday to work. Sometimes it's worth it, sometimes it's not but for the days it's not, I just think of it as weight training instead.

    Hey, gotta try and see the positive in things

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    There's a lot of truth in the old adage "the best camera is the one you have with you".
    Ben

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