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    Quote Originally Posted by jbma
    Anyway teh hose is all plastic so how to get electricity?
    I don't think you understand how it works ;-)

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    Wha...more more believers to use vacuums....should we start a poll?
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    In view of the people interested in the camera vaccum spa package , I've decided to start a course


    HOW TO APPLY VACCUM SPA EFFECTIVELY TO YOUR CAMERA

    Date: TBA
    Cost: $80/pax

    Equipment:

    1) Home vaccum cleaner.
    2) Your camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by kahheng
    I don't think you understand how it works ;-)
    for the benefit of physic handicapped like me , can explain ?

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    I prefer to put my camera body into washing machine to wash the CCD ..... just kidding. thanks for the warning!

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    HOW TO APPLY VACCUM SPA EFFECTIVELY TO YOUR CAMERA

    Date: TBA
    Cost: $80/pax

    Equipment:

    1) Home vaccum cleaner.
    2) Your camera

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    1)yanyewkay (TBC) NLPC provide vacuum cleaner? I'll arrange with shauna at the CC

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    If u're really keen.... here's a good site to look at

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    Default Re: Vacuum Cleaners hazardous to DSLRs!!!

    haha ;P mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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    Default Re: Vacuum Cleaners hazardous to DSLRs!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjourn

    normally static is a charge stored e.g if a person walking over carpet barefooted will be acculmulating charge and if touches a metal object will release the charge. Best way to discharge before handling electronics is just to hold a metal casing like computer casing.
    Does this mean we can not walk around with our digi cams?......if the digi cam then touches an earthed metal object, won't the charge get discharged through the cam????? :-), maybe you won't need battery at all when you keep running!

    HS

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