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PostPosted: Tue Aug 04, 2009 10:35 pm 
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hi im looking at purchasing the body armour kit for my nikon d60, currently selling at $70.00 has anybody used this? what are the pros and cons?

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Pro - you got armor
con - you got armor :lol:
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the pro youl get a protection in bumps and major shoks (don't try droping a cam with armor thats not what it means having an armor :D )

The com extra bulky weight and armor is not cute to see un comfortable to hold the camera :) i hope it helps...

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i had one on my d60. it made buttons harder to push and locate.

i could see the protection from drops, but you should just be careful.

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Bit of a gimmick tbh. Don't bother with one of those. Just don't be a clutz and drop it.

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