A question was posted in the introductory thread.Hello all. Long time reader of NR. Long time Nikon user. Reaching out to the community today for some advice. Was shooting video w a D800 of a plane landing. I was in rhe center of the runway and far from where the plane would stop. Well, things didnt go as planned and now my carbon fiber RRS tripod, D800, and 70-200 are in about 6 pieces. (Unusual story and I'm sure you have more questions like "why???". Unfortunately I can't reveal any more about the situation.) The camera was running when the plane hit the tripod. The event caused the body to rip from the lens and all had about a 5 foot fall to a dirt landing. Camera lost power during the event and did not store the video to card. Camera will not power up now. I'm hoping the video is still in the buffer and that someone, either Nikon or a third party, can carefully extract it. Any ideas? Thanks,.