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This $11,000 lens is exactly why you don’t check camera gear when flying

It should be pretty common knowledge by now that you don’t check your delicate camera gear when flying. Ok, sometimes, you might no choice, especially if you fly Delta. But if the ability is there to carry it in your hand luggage, then do it. This was an expensive lesson to learn for one lady […] The post This $11,000 lens is exactly why you don’t check camera gear when flying appeared first on DIY Photography.
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