Re: Kuwait reported to have banned use of DSLRs in public
This is not only interesting, but perplexing, and unbelievable!
Three ministries involved in the ban? Wow! A D-SLR is now more dangerous than prostitution rings, or the CIA satellites?
Getting a permit to take a picture is now harder than getting a permit to build a nuclear reactor!!
If someone needs a permit then he or she will have to go through the three ministries to get a permit to take a picture of a duck playing in a pond?
Knowing that it takes months to get through Kuwait's ministries red tape, the duck would be gone by then, I would guess!
And with three ministries involved, one needs to apply no less than NINE months in advance to get a permit to take a picture!!!
We must then make the duck sign a contract that it will be there, in the pond, exactly 9 months from now for the photo opportunity.
Canon will have an idiot setting on their cameras, automatically uploads an application to the appropriate authority.
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|Nov 25, 2010|
|Nov 25, 2010|
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