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Extreme conditions and the D700

GiantTristan

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"RE: Extreme conditions and the D700"

GiantTristan Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Jan 2006
Fri 28-Dec-12 03:02 PM

Took the D700 to Patagonia, where it is as dusty and windy as can be and I had no problem whatsoever, just try avoid changing lenses in the open. To protect the lens from dust you might want to use a clear filter. I did not find this necessary, but I took care to remove the lens cap only when shooting.

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