Getting new camera equipment is exciting: new camera gear opens up many photographic opportunities.
The gear may have been expensive, but it is worth seeing the world in a new way.
What is not so exciting is the practical side of owning expensive camera equipment.
We protect our gear with padding, covers, and specially made bags. We clean and calibrate our lenses.
But what would happen if your camera equipment suddenly disappeared? Maybe there is a disaster at your home. Or you drop your camera bag off a cliff. Or someone else walks off with your equipment.
If, after the initial shock, you imagine yourself hopping online to buy replacement gear, you probably do not need insurance. For most of us, breaking or losing a camera or a lens would be devastating. It may even put an end to your photography.
If you cannot absorb the cost of replacing lost or damaged gear, you should definitely consider camera equipment insurance.
What we will cover in this eBook:
- Making a Gear Inventory
- Personal Property Insurance
- Specific Photography Insurance
- Other Types of Photography Insurance
Learn everything you need to know about camera insurance today!
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