This is pretty old but worth checking out if you haven’t seen it. This blog post shows people destroying a half million dollars worth of Canon photography gear with hammers.
Why are they committing such a heinous crime against humanity? Apparently the gear was damaged during transportation/storage and Canon didn’t want it accidentally making it to the shelves.
Still though, why’d they have to smash this beautiful white lens? We’d have paid (at least) a hundy for it.
(Via Shannon Fagan‘s Facebook page.)
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