For those of you who enjoy taking your camera to the parks you may want to consider making sure the camera is properly protected before you begin your vacation. My son is still using a stroller. Our current stroller is the Maclaren Volo. I often hang items from the back of the stroller so I do not have to carry them the entire day. However, this stroller is fairly light so when my son stands up out of the stroller, the hanging items hit the ground as the stroller topples backwards.
During our most recent visit to Disney World, I had my Nikon D90 hanging on the back of the stroller. When we got to the bag check at EPCOT, I pulled a bag from the stroller seat for showing during the check. With no weight in the stroller, it quickly flipped backwards and my camera hit the ground. I could see glass on the floor. I turned the camera around to inspect the damage and saw that the lens was broke. I finished with the bag check and then had more time to really look at the camera. It was then that I realized that the lens UV protector cover had broke and not my actual lens! Thank goodness. If you are not familiar with these covers, they screw on the end of a lens to help for a particular purpose. Some of these protectors help make better black and white photo, etc. The one I had cost me approximately $20, while my lens cost approximately $400! So, you can see that breaking the cover was much better!
To make me even look less responsible with my camera, I will say I have already had another of these covers save me on a previous vacation! I will definitely be purchasing a replacement cover before returning to Disney World!