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    Default Maintaining camera equiment.

    Hi all....

    I was looking around the forum, but did not find anything similar to this.... so I started it.. and sorry if I am repeating...

    I like to know how do you check a lens when you buy one.... check for dust etc??? Looking thrught lense and see have dust??? What else do I have to look out for???

    Also... how do you clean your lenses??? What if dust got into the view finder... how to clean it???

    I got a 300X film system... and I read that usually, the lens kits that comes with it is not so sharp in image..... is this true???

    Plus..... I am not very sure what is MTF chart... can someone help me with it???

    Regards.
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    maybe you should have this tread moved to the canon section

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    maybe you should have this tread moved to the canon section
    agree with ortega.. mods.. help halfmoon move the thread please.. thanks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    maybe you should have this tread moved to the canon section
    MMM??? I post at wrong section is it???

    Sorry.. still new here.... Thought this can be considered as a newbie question???

    I meant the equiment care of LENS part... maybe should not have add 300X in....
    Last edited by Halfmoon; 5th May 2005 at 10:27 PM.
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