Its a work of art. You were telling me what you planned to do and everything went according to your plans except for the goose that escaped. Seeing your pictures makes sense to go thru all that trouble but seeing your camera and lens is another thing altogether. When it comes to extremes "You are the Man". Well done JP. Mabuhay.
thank you for the comments. I spent an hour at the least in the water. This "accident" happened in the first 10 minutes because of my poor floating blind design. Seeing the birds were so cooperative I decided to go on shooting. From time to time, I had to pour water from the swamp on the LCD so i could view my photos. When i surfaced, i took out the battery and started cleaning the body. I placed the camera in my dry cabinet when i got home and started it up the next day. No issues whatsoever. Works perfectly fine. All the seals worked and the compartments (cf, terminals and batt) had no dirt in it. I guess you really get what you pay for with pro camera bodies