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taking pictures in Europe

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This may seem like a silly question- but one of my concerns for out trip.

I am a picture junkie and always have my camera ready to take pictures. We have a nice cannon rebel. I am considering buying a smaller digital camera and bring the cannon to our trip to France/Ireland/London.

My concern is usually to get pictures of the two of us together I prop the camera up on a tri-pod and use self timer.

With a lot that I read with theft and pocket pickers in Europe, am I taking a big risk doing this? I want to get shots of everything! But dont want to lose my cannon camera either!

What have people experienced in the past with this topic?

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