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Re: Dry Bag for Canon DSLR and Telephoto Lens

Thanks. They were taken to help a US Serviceman pick a Pelican Case for his deployment to the middle east a few years ago. I'm getting my gear ready for tomorrows event & using my first version of the 100-400 as a referance I'd say you could get an 80D (or my 7D2 + 100-400 + a TC where the body & Sigma 80-400 OS was without touching the other side. I think the Ver 2 lens hood is very close in diameter to the ver 1 hood. 

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Re: Dry Bag for Canon DSLR and Telephoto Lens

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For batteries, cables and othe small items you might want to check into the (re)zip resealable pouches. They're heavy gauge plastic and semi-transparent and claim to be leak-proof. The "zip lock" style closure makes a very secure seal. I've found them at the big-box office supply stores.

 

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Re: Dry Bag for Canon DSLR and Telephoto Lens


BurnUnit wrote:

For batteries, cables and othe small items you might want to check into the (re)zip resealable pouches. They're heavy gauge plastic and semi-transparent and claim to be leak-proof. The "zip lock" style closure makes a very secure seal. I've found them at the big-box office supply stores.

 

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Is there some place we can look to see the forum guidelines not merely stated, but rationalized? Is there any compelling reason why Canon should automatically block a link to a vendor whose products might help protect Canon equipment and which is not a Conan competitor? Is blocking such a link really necessary? Wouldn't a simple disclaimer do as well?

 

And in the unlikely event that you don't just ignore me, please don't say "We do it because our lawyers tell us to." Instead, ask them to explain it to us. You're already paying them a massive retainer; the time they spend writing an explanation won't affect your bill by any noticeable amount.

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Re: Dry Bag for Canon DSLR and Telephoto Lens

Hi, Bob!

 

You'll find the forum guidelines right HERE and at the top right of the page just above the "SEARCH" button.  Hope this helps!

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Re: Dry Bag for Canon DSLR and Telephoto Lens


Danny wrote:

Hi, Bob!

 

You'll find the forum guidelines right HERE and at the top right of the page just above the "SEARCH" button.  Hope this helps!


So why it the "Disclaimer of Liability" paragraph not sufficient to make the prohibition against "Promotion of third party products, promotions, websites, organizations, goods or services" unnecessary? If there's reason to suppose that the "promotion" is in any way deceptive or fraudulent, that's another matter, but the rule is enforced much more stringently than that.

Bob
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Re: Dry Bag for Canon DSLR and Telephoto Lens

I wondered if that might happen after I'd posted my reply. Since it wasn't a link to a competitor's product I thought I'd leave it up and see what happened. I can understand the concern about off-site links.

My apologies.

 

The same info can be found by a search for "blue avocado rezip".

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