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    Default Haze affecting Lens

    Hi buddies,

    Do you think shooting in this haze condition will get more dust into your lens?

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    Let's say weather sealed lens & body combo will do better, but there's always a risk..

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    Just don't change lenses while outdoora

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    Default Re: Haze affecting Lens

    It will affect your health more...
    I am not a photographer, just someone who happened to have a couple of cameras.
    My lousy shots

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    Default Re: Haze affecting Lens

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent_X View Post
    Hi buddies,
    Do you think shooting in this haze condition will get more dust into your lens?
    It will affect your images more than your lens ...
    EOS

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    Default Re: Haze affecting Lens

    Shooting will not affect the lens but changing of lens outdoors will.
    I get paid more shooting part time ...... damn, I should find more time to shoot part time

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    Quote Originally Posted by yqt View Post
    Shooting will not affect the lens but changing of lens outdoors will.
    More likely the sensor than the lens. Anyway nice hazy condition to shoot beautiful sunset.

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    If you have to shoot, make sure to blow clean the sensor area as soon as you get home. The particulate in the atmosphere now will adhere to exposed surfaces. If you don't clean immediately, it will become a sticky issue. Anyway, health is more important. Shoot if you have to and with mask, otherwise, there's always another time for shooting. Do not test your lungs.

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    Default Re: Haze affecting Lens

    I can't believe what I am hearing...

    Guys, there are tons of dust even without haze... Not much difference in the haze or not...

    Worry more about your health than your camera please...

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    Default Re: Haze affecting Lens

    think of it this way, dont need to buy soft filter!!
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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