|14th of May 2005 (Sat)||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Concert and Cameras
I was at a Queen concert tonight, Freddie Mercury was replaced by Paul Rodgers of "Free" and "Bad Company" fame and he wasn't too bad, but he is NO Freddie. Concert was good, I got some crap photos with IXUS 40, but some cool video clips.
Anyway my point is while waiting for some friends to arrive we were standing behind the security check on the way in and apart from making people take the cap off any bottles they were carrying (don't ask why) they were mainly looking for cameras and if they found one, they took the battery or it was no entry. They said to collect the battery on the way out, but the guys had loads of batteries and I would not like to be trying to find the right security guard or the right battery on the way out. Anyone ever have this happen to them? Did you get you battery back? Somehow I reckon the battries make it to the secondhand shelf of the local camera store - but I may be wrong.
The advantage of the IXUS is they would never find it
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