Yesterday, I validated my habit of always carrying an "excessive" amount of equipment when travelling. While shooting a(n) expected sunrise at Jasper's Medicine Lake, one of the legs on my Tiltall gave way, causing my F5 and the 28-70ED AFS to crash onto the rocks. Battery pack broke and the impact left a crease the width of my forefinger on the front left of the camera, starting just below the "F5" badge. The lens, for its part, has some loosened innards and is frozen open at F2.8 (moving the aperture ring does not change the aperture setting; it appears the lever may be out of alignment). So...after recovering from shock (Nikon in Vancouver will look at both the F5 and the zoom, but I suspect the F5 may be a goner-possibly not cost-effective to fix), I loaded up my F3HP with some E100VS, mounted the 35 F1.4, cursed the Tiltall, and continued shooting...