Wiping the exterior of DSLR


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desertstrike

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hi guys, what do ur use to wipe the exterior?
the rubber/leather area, any solution or just damp a cloth and wipe can liao?
 

Dream Merchant

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Just use a slightly damp, clean cloth, then wipe/cool blow dry after.

Contrary to popular belief, it does help to wipe clean a camera especially after exposure to harsh or salty conditions.
 

desertstrike

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Just use a slightly damp, clean cloth, then wipe/cool blow dry after.

Contrary to popular belief, it does help to wipe clean a camera especially after exposure to harsh or salty conditions.
okie, thanks man
 

Dream Merchant

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You're most welcome DS.

Have fun with your camera!
 

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i use a damp cloth to wipe the body and lens after every shoot cause i have sweaty palms. After wiping, i leave it in my dry box to dry it further...
 

huggable

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I usually use a damp cloth to wipe the exterior, then a dry cloth to go over again. Also use a soft brush to remove dust trapped in the button/dials/hotshoe/eyepiece area.

After that put the camera in the drybox. :)
 

2evans

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Don't you put it into a dishwasher and clean it on the, pots and pan setting? hmm, am I the only one? :think:

Just a damp clothe is fine. ;)
 

luntut

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tell me when you put your cam into the dishwasher.

i wanna be there to watch the whole thing. from the time it goes in, till it comes out.
 

zac08

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Just clean it... no worries there. As long as you dun as you dun wipe the lens the same way.
 

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