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Posted By: ivki_com, 11-24-2014, 11:48 AM


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11-24-2014, 01:05 PM   #2
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Now that"s really interesting!
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Great picture. Did you get the lens wet in the process? I know the 16-45 is not WR!
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You had to get wet on that one. Nice shot.

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My 16-45 also got wet a few times (saltwater). Cleaned it immediately afterwards and no problems. Nice shot.
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QuoteOriginally posted by takis63 Quote
Now that"s really interesting!
Thank You

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QuoteOriginally posted by ChristianRock Quote
Great picture. Did you get the lens wet in the process? I know the 16-45 is not WR!
Wave is not rolled instantly?
Rented "to the last", and when it seems that the tide is about to have will be covered - just raise your hands up. With my height in 191cm - shot through the lens (and then - if ...) just fine spray. A minor is not afraid Practically any lens, do not even WR. And the shooting angle can sometimes exaggerate )

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rimfiredude Quote
You had to get wet on that one. Nice shot.
And the water was warm and pleasant though hot day )

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QuoteOriginally posted by Hattifnatt Quote
My 16-45 also got wet a few times (saltwater). Cleaned it immediately afterwards and no problems. Nice shot.
Thank you. It is clear that better lenses still do not dip into the water, but spray (even abundant) are not afraid
16-45 good lens, but as for me - rather cumbersome...
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Great picture. Very ''cool''.
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Bravo, well done. J

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Great picture. Very ''cool''.
Thank You!

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Bravo, well done. J
Thank You!
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Great one!
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