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The DSLR in Extremes!

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On May - 20 - 2022
DSLR in extremes

DSLR in extremes

The following are a series of videos from youtube where you’ll be able to obsever DSLR cameras / lens being burned, dropped, doused in water, and even baked in a microwave! Warning, do not watch these vidoes if you are a photography enthusiast who hasn’t had the chance to have your dream DSLR camera or lens realized. Heart wrenching it’ll be.

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