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Old Aug 11, 2010, 7:02 AM   #1
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Default How many of we E-3 owners have the guts

or the compassion to do what Roel Hendrix did?

http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/re...ssage=36007846

See the first post for the explanation, and the second one for remarkable images.

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Real food for thought Ted.
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Hi Ted,

Don't have an E-3 but the images that Roel posted are inspirational as they certainly convey the dedication of special people who help those less fortunate.

At the same time, they makes me realize how fortunate I and my loved ones are to have our health.

Thanks for posting this link.

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Hi Ted,

Don't have an E-3 but the images that Roel posted are inspirational as they certainly convey the dedication of special people who help those less fortunate.

At the same time, they makes me realize how fortunate I and my loved ones are to have our health.

Thanks for posting this link.

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I do have a little experience with folks with those handicaps. So what amazed me about Roel is that he had to have known that there was some chance that in a fit of exuberance one of those guys could have swam up and given him a hug, possibly dunking the camera. E-3s are splash-proof but not immersion-proof.

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Hey Ted

Those are just superb ... and ur just spot on as I'd say theres a high chance that he could have had the E3 dunked into the pool even with non disabled people in a pool. There's no chance you'd get me to do hat with my E3 but it does show how versatile the camera is due to the weathersealing.

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