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Cleaning & caring for your expensive camera equipment doesn't have to be difficult, I break down the major parts and give you suggestions on what to use.

Watch Care & Cleaning of Your Camera & Lenses on YouTube

I suggest using a Rocket Air Blower, Lens cleaning solution and Silica Gel packs as a desiccant to keep the moisture out of my camera bags Keep shooting!

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0 # phil 2013-01-24 14:35
tip for changing in dusty conditions...
Use a plastic bag an change lenses inside. Will not do in a sand storm, but in a bit dusty environment, that should work.
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0 # Fred Seaver 2013-01-24 20:24
Great training video!!! Thank you
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0 # markus 2013-01-24 21:05
Hey Cazillo, how about those lens cleaning Pens, the ones with a brush on one end and some type of blackpad that has some sort of liquid ? Thanks
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2013-01-25 09:05
Not a fan...
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0 # Todd Thoenen 2013-01-25 13:54
I just watched your video on care and cleaning.
The one thing you didnt cover was storing between shoots and transport during cold weather.
I go from my main job to my shoots later that day where should I keep my equipment while working. I used to keep it in the trunk or wrapped in blanket behind the seat. Now I bring them inside, is that necessary?
I do know that batteries need to be kept warm for the longest run time.
I shoot indoors now during the winter (gymnasiums ect)
Thank you Todd
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0 # Greg Sims 2013-01-26 11:31
Great job Greg,
I have been following since the hint hint stuff. I have several friends now locally that are follwong. keep up the great work.
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