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Why Smashing My Nikon 24-70mm Was the Best Thing That Ever Happened to My Photography

By July 14, 2017Current News

Screenshot of camrea lens article posted at Light StalkingWhile Jason Row‘s very expensive zoom lens was being repaired, he picked up another camera to fill the void — and something unexpected happened.

I don’t blame the cat. Truly I don’t. But when I glanced over to my desk at the exact moment her hind leg brushed my Nikon 24-70 f2.8, she adopted several new names. For a moment my lens was a parody of another cat. The one owned by a certain Mr Schrödinger. It was at the same time both falling and not falling off my desk. Physics eventually made its final fateful decision and gravity took over. A fraction of a second later the 24-70 landed with a sickening thump on our laminate floor, where it bounced once and came to rest.

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