Nikon, Canon ,Kodak ,Panasonic or any other Camera the very important part is how to keep it safe in a good condition . They make them with soft lining that won’t scratch your camera or your screen, padding helps as well. The case should have a small pocket for a spare memory card and a spare battery.
Never touch the lens with your fingers the oils in your fingertips will muck up the lens.
Clean it regularly. Before wiping off the lens, hold the camera upside down and gently blow off any grit and lose dust particles. Next lightly wipe the lens and other camera parts with a soft, dry cloth or lens cleaning paper.
If needed, wipe the lens with a few drops of lens cleaning fluid. Place the fluid on the lens cleaning paper, not directly onto the lens.
The best camera cleaning cloth is made of microfiber, which should be stored in a plastic baggie when not in use. Lens tissue, a swatch from a cotton t-shirt or a soft handkerchief can also be used.
To protect your digital camera from water, humidity and dust – add a roll of cardboard around the lens, then slide the camera body inside a condom (non-lubricated), also slip a packet of silica-gel to absorb moisture and tie the knot.
If your camera’s screen is still unscratched, put a piece of clear packing tape over it. You have to apply the tape in one smooth motion with no bubbles. It’s really difficult to do correctly, but if you get it right, you’ll barely see the tape when it’s new.
The tape will get all scratched up over time, so you just peel it off after a year or so, and replace it. It’s like getting a whole new screen, and you don’t have to worry about scratching it.
Paper towels, napkins and facial tissue should NOT be used to clean the lens.
Hope above tips will help you in protecting your Camera in all condition.
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