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How to protect photo cameras

Digital cameras are very important but fragile, they are expensive gadgets that can result in heavy financial losses if mishandled.

Protecting a camera is a priority for a person who is using it.

Cameras can be destroyed or stolen, proper handling and storage prevents damages to these gadgets. The most fragile but important part of the camera is lens hoods and lens covers; protect them from scratches and breakage. These gadgets are packaged with the camera or can be bought from camera shops. These gadgets also protect the camera lens from U.V rays.
Using camera bags protects the camera from shocks and thefts. Camera bags are packaged with the camera or can be bought separately. These bags absorb shocks from damaging the camera and provide a means of carrying the camera. Lens pouches are used to protect detachable lenses when they are not in use. Experts recommends carrying these bags around your neck to avoid accidental knocks.
Water damages camera, there are several ways of protecting a camera from water. Always carry a rain cover to store the camera and avoid direct contact with any form of water. Rain covers are rainproof polythene bags that prevent water from reaching the camera. It may not rain or the camera may not plunge into the water but condensation can still cause enough water to damage the camera. Condensation occurs when one moves from a cold air to warm air.

Always keep cameras in open environments away from warm temperatures to avoid condensation. Plastic and glass became brittle, this means that they can break easily when a little pressure is exacted on them. To avoid this, keep cameras away from freezing temperatures and away from sudden changes of temperature.

Lastly, to protect the camera from theft, always lock the camera in safe places when not in use and ensure that you have your camera with you when you are using it.

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