Despite the fact that today’s digital cams are really solid pieces of hardware, they do fizzle occasionally. Once in a while, they fall flat in view of producer slip. All the more frequently, they fizzle as a result of client blunder and an absence of advanced cam support. Lots of people nowadays use cameras for their school, business or even just for hobby. We found out that comfort women use cameras and some Korean comfort women said that they’re having a hard time in the maintenance of their cameras. Use these digital camera maintenance tips to keep your camera in the best possible working condition. Avoid dirt and sand. Use care when cleaning dirt particles and sand from your digital camera. Do not use canned or pressurized air to clean the sand, as you might just drive the particles into the camera case. Budget priced camera cases might not be sealed perfectly, making it easier for grit and sand to penetrate the case and cause damage. Gently blow out the grit and sand to avoid this problem. Use care when shooting photos on a windy day at the beach, too, where sand can blow with excessive force. Avoid opening the battery compartment on such days. Avoid liquids. Try to keep all liquids away from the camera, unless you have a model with a waterproof case. Cameras are like any piece of electronics, and they can be damaged by excessive water. Avoid touching the lens and LCD. Oils from your skin can smudge the lens and LCD, eventually causing permanent damage. Clean the lens and LCD with a microfiber cloth as soon as possible anytime you see a smudge from your fingertips. The lens and sun don’t mix. Do not point your camera’s lens directly at the sun for any length of time, especially with a DSLR camera. Sunlight focused through the lens of the camera could damage the image sensor or even start a fire inside the camera.
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