Strange, just contacted a State Farm agent here (WA), and she said I'm not eligible for their insurance unless 80% of my photo work is at a (my) studio.
She gave me info for another insurance company which might be able to help.
Maybe try a new agent? I use to have a personal articles policy with State Farm for my underwater housing and video camera. Only eligible if 80% of my use was underwater
Found out what the problem was, if you make any money with your gear, it's whole new level.
Greedy B****rds! I wonder what would happen if I was insured with them and then sold that underwater video? I did sell them to my fellow divers but not at a profit, just cost. What if you took an amazing photo, that someone wanted and you sold it to them and at the same time lost your gear? I do get to sell them, so that makes me wonder if they would actually pay on a loss?
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