I just arrived from a cross-country skiing run. I was wearing my camera on the chest, on my camera vest. Conditions were fast with the surface being icy and hard. I like speeding on my skis, so at some point I got my skis into the traced lanes (I was doing skating style) and squat to gain more speed. Unfortunately, the traced lanes got messed up further down and I fell ... on my camera! I tried to protect it while falling, but it did take a substantial hit. I examined it and it didn't look damaged. I tried to take a picture and the camera wouldn't focus anymore. . I thought I had broken something, ****! I put my camera in my back pack and continued my ride. When I got back to my car, I examined it more carefully and noticed that the video button was tucked in. So I just played with it to release it and, abracadabra, it worked again! :happy-084: I felt a bit stupid for taking that kind of risk with 2 gran worth of equipment on my chest in that kind of conditions (I had my panasonic 12-35 on it). I had my lesson, I'll be more careful in the future. Still, I demoed that this camera is built like a tank!