Camera and sand

This is a discussion on Camera and sand within the Camera Handling and Caring forums, part of the Photography Tips category; You can use a vacuum cleaner and a soft-bristle paint brush. You'll hold the vacuum hose next to the body at the point where you ...


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    You can use a vacuum cleaner and a soft-bristle paint brush. You'll hold the vacuum hose next to the body at the point where you brush it with the paint-brush (obviously we're talking about a new/clean paint brush... not a used brush.) As you brush the sand lose, it will be sucked into the vacuum hose instead of further into the camera.
    Tim Campbell

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    The world is full of hidden hazards. You’ve spent a lot of money on your camera setup, and it would be a huge shame if it were to go to waste because of a simple mistake. Salt and sand might not seem that dangerous at first, but they have claimed more $5,000 cameras than you can imagine. In most cases, a few small preventative measures can save you gobs of money.


 
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