DSLR Camera Tips Prevent Fungus and Dust
Although almost all smartphones are now equipped with camera features, photography enthusiasts still choose DSLR cameras to produce more amazing images. It is not uncommon for amateur photographers to join in buying DSLR cameras just to get photos that look like professionals.
Learning to use a DSLR camera is fun, but what is often forgotten by amateur photographers is that this kind of sophisticated camera also needs special care. DSLR cameras are very vulnerable to contamination of dust and fungi that can damage their performance.
To keep your DSLR camera always in top condition and free from mold and dust threats, try to look at the following tips.
1. USE CLEANING KIT
Cleaning Kit is a camera cleaning equipment consisting of cleaning cloth, cleaning liquid, brush with a blower, and others. Cleaning Kit can be purchased at a camera store or online shop. You can clean every detail of the camera and it is recommended to be done regularly and regularly to avoid dust and mold.
2. ADD CAMERA FROM WATER OR HUMIDITY
Although there are several types of cameras that have waterproof or water-resistant technology, not all DSLR cameras are truly waterproof. It is recommended that Shhopee Buddy keep it away from water as much as possible because there is a possibility that we do not realize that there are ports or gaps that get water. Water entering the camera gap is not only a source of fungus but can also cause internal damage.
3. CAMERA SPECIAL BAG
The main function of a special camera bag is as well as a solution to store all your photography needs while traveling but also to protect it from collisions. This is because camera-specific bags are generally equipped with bulkhead with thick foam to protect the camera.
4 LENS HOOD
We recommend that when you do outdoor shooting, use Lens Hood. Lens Hood serves to prevent excess light from entering the camera sensor. Excessive light produces reduced camera sensor sensitivity.