Whether it is a card camera or a professional SLR, it is a very delicate digital product. We cannot treat them like disposable film cameras. In fact, proper maintenance can give digital cameras and lenses a longer service life. In order to better protect these expensive products, let's learn about camera protection together.
How to store
Using the camera strap
The camera shoulder strap is one of the most effective protection measures, which can effectively prevent the camera from being damaged by taking it off, especially for those larger digital SLR cameras. If you don’t like shoulder straps, you can also try a special wrist strap like Capture Camera Clip.
Don't transport your camera
No matter how confident you are in the protective ability of your suitcase, please don’t experiment with your camera. When flying, please carry your camera, lens, filter, and flash on your back and bring them with you. Go to the cabin of the plane! As for the equipment that is less prone to breakage, such as tripods, shutter releases, and chargers, you can pack them with clothes and place them in your luggage for check-in.
Moisture-proof bag/camera bag
When storing the camera, the photographic equipment is best placed in a moisture-proof box, which is less susceptible to moisture. If you do not have a moisture-proof box, you can also buy a hard-shell storage box and add a desiccant.
When going out to take pictures, whether it is a small card or an interchangeable lens camera, it is best to put it in the camera bag when going out to avoid accidents that may cause damage to the camera. It is recommended that you buy products of major brands to obtain better design and shock resistance.
As we all know, the camera is the treasure of everyone who loves photography. If you borrow someone else’s camera, you must also protect it.
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