A well maintained, clean lens is vital to any photographer. Here are 10 simple top tips for cleaning your digital camera lens. 1. Buy a simple lens cleaning kit. They’re inexpensive and invaluable. A cleaning kit commonly includes a microfibre cloth, a blower brush, and some lens cleaning fluid. 2. Do not overlook your casing. […]
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It is very important to maintain your digital SLR camera which involves cleaning it along with its related components. This article will assist you and provide some information on how to carefully clean the most important items. The cleaning process may sound simple but you really have to be careful. A clean camera is a happy camera. You’ll take better photos with a clean camera so plan to clean it regularly.
Your camera and lenses are equipment that help you to capture a moment in time. If you’re a professional, they’re the tools that help you get the job done. And no, you don’t have to treat your gear like your babies. But it’s important that you handle them with care. And care becomes even more […]
Despite how meticulous and careful I am with my equipment, it always amazes me how quickly dust, fingerprints, and overall grime builds up on and inside my camera bodies and even on lenses. Casual photographers will probably not immediately notice problems with dirt until little specs begin showing up on final images. Oftentimes it’s when […]
Don’t do this! Are your lenses so dirty you need to do color correction every time you take a shot? Do you change your lenses so often that the noise in your photos is due exclusively to sensor dust? Ever wonder how to return your camera to an out-of-the-box shine before reselling it on Ebay? […]
One of the biggest things to consider when owning a camera is maintenance. Not only do you have to take care of the camera when using and when storing it, but every once in a while you have to perform some maintenance tasks to keep it in tip top shape. Toby Gelston addresses one of […]
Remember all digital camera lenses are made of glass. The clarity and sharpness you get in your digital photos relies heavily on the surface of that glass to be squeaky clean. Nothing must get onto the lens if you can help it.
Most SLRs cope remarkably well with freezing temperatures. I’ve had no problem using Canon EOS DSLR cameras below zero for weeks on end, often down to -20°C and in extreme down to -30°C. This article is for those trying to keep such a camera going under expedition conditions, such as an icecap crossing or mountaineering […]
Many consumers look at megapixels as a metric to compare and contrast cameras. Manufacturers take advantage of this when marketing their new cameras to lure potential buyers. At one point, there was a time when manufacturers were betting hard on megapixels, causing their counts to rise drastically. On the surface, a higher megapixel count seems […]
How fast can you change a camera lens? In this short demonstration, Jasmine Star, an international wedding photographer, shows how she swaps out lenses on her Canon 5D in about six seconds: A bag that’s easily accessed seems to be the key to Star’s quick technique. She uses an ONA Brooklyn Camera Satchel, which has […]