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Maintain DSLR

Cap it shut

Your Digital Compact Camera loves to breathe in fresh air but the dirt air brings along with it, is not something your lens should hold on to. This is quite basic, yet necessary. Cover the back and front of the lens when not in use.

Handle with care

Those in a habit of one hand shooting should break the chain and grip it with both hands, thereby reducing the chances of blurry images too.

Never leave your bag home

The camera bag is like its resting place and it must always be stored in that bag. Using your backpack or handbag is the sign of an amateur and depicts lack of care for your DSLR.

Do not overexpose the sensor

Those using cameras with interchangeable lens cannot entirely eliminate this threat but the sensor attracts dust naturally which is beyond user’s control.

Spots on your Shots

Spots or Patches on your images is a good sign, your medium format cameras needs cleaning. Make sure you handle the device with care and sensitivity while cleaning the lens and the other parts. You must send your beloved possession for professional cleaning twice annually.