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Extreme conditions and the D700

DinoCardelli

Plantation, US
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"RE: Extreme conditions and the D700"

DinoCardelli Registered since 19th Oct 2010
Fri 28-Dec-12 02:27 PM | edited Fri 28-Dec-12 02:30 PM by DinoCardelli

First,

I would bring along a couple of cans of compressed air to blow off each few hours....along with your normal Giotto blower......

Do not shoot any compressed air into your mirror or other internal parts as they contain water sometimes...

the compressed are should only be used at a distance to get off the surface dust....


think tank makes some covers...called Chimp-packs which will hold stuff....and I think they sell some body and lense covers...

DC

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