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    My F3/T has gone down sets of subway stairs, ice covered sidewalks, numerous bumps, nicks, and smacks.

    It doesn't complain, although the DE-2 I have mounted to it certainly does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Lange View Post
    My F3/T has gone down sets of subway stairs, ice covered sidewalks, numerous bumps, nicks, and smacks.

    It doesn't complain, although the DE-2 I have mounted to it certainly does.
    It likes you chris

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    it does...

    I should make it up to it at some point and have it overhauled, I'm sure it could do with a good once over...

    actually, both of my F3s could go for them...
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    Sorry to hear that pollux.

    It does sound weird though, that something like that would happen. My F3HP fell hard twice - once from about 3 feet high, on dirt, but with the winder and 180/2.8ED attached, the other from about 5ft, on granite floor, with a 35/1.4 on it. Both time it went down lens first, both times the filter went kaput and the hood of the 180 got mild scratches. It's my heart what realy suffered in both accidents, apparently, which is why I take better care of my cameras now.

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