Never make the same mistake twice, there are so many new ones, try a different one each day
what's the problem? it's clean isn't it?
cc and enjoy
Photography is painting with light
K7, Pentax 18-250mm zoom, Pentax 100mm macro, Sigma 50-500mm
Velbon Sherpa tripod Photoshop CS6
Should be fine. The 5D is environmentally sealed.
Gee, the sensor's dirty!
Get me the sandpaper!
All my photos are taken with recycled pixels.
Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit.
Wisdom, is knowing not to serve it in a fruit salad.
ehh, it's a canon anyway.. just joking!
Life is short, Keep snapping!
CC always welcome
Nikon D5100 | Nikon D7100 | Bits and pieces. | Some glass here and there.
maybe it's one of those new underwater cameras
Maybe a coating of clear lacquer over it next to keep the dust off the vital parts.
Now that's a photo!
The ONLY reason would be if it was dropped into salt water (ocean) and was already fully wet with seawater inside and you were hoping to maybe resurrect it.
Or you want an insurance payout so you could buy
regards, Kym Gallery Honest & Direct Constructive Critique Appreciated! ©
Digital & film, Bits of glass covering 10mm to 500mm, and other stuff
Of course he's cleaning it the wrong way -- water restrictions in that part of the country don't allow for the use of hoses at certain times of the day.
Crikey, I spray mine with a spray bottle of fresh water pretty often, especially after they get salt water on them, but a hose is going a bit far.
Wrong wrong wrong- he's not using any soap
Canon 7D and stuff
Olympus OMD - EM10
spray bottle of fresh water????? God I try not to breathe on mine for fear of condensation!!!
I know these cameras are supposed to be sealed to some degree, but I aint takin' no chances with my lil baby!!!