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How to Clean Your Camera lens. My BEST Lens Cleaning Tips and Tricks

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A dirty lens is not your friend. In this video I am going to show you how to clean your camera lens and share with you my best lens cleaning tips and tricks that I have learned in my photography career. So many photographers don't know the right way to clean a camera lens. My favorite lens cleaning tools are the Giottos Rocket-air Lens Blower to blow off the lens, a LensPen lens brush to brush off the lens, some KimWipes, and Pancro Spray lens cleaner. I also keep Hoodman Lens Cleanse wipes in my camera bags and cases Photographers spend thousands of dollars on lenses yet so many people cut corners when it comes to keeping their lenses clean. So I want to show you three simple steps to clean your lenses and also share some tips for keeping them clean in the first place. When we talk about a dirty lens - fingerprints and oily smudges are your worst enemy and dust is not as much of a problem as you think Dust is everywhere. It WILL get on your lens and sometimes even inside you lens. The fact is - a few specs of dust here or there on the front, inside or rear of your lens will NOT have an effect on image quality. Certainly a thick layer of dust or a particularly large piece of dust on the front or rear element can a problem. The solution - use lens caps. Don't let your lens sit out without a lens cap for an extended period of time in any environment. I am most picky about the rear element. When I remove a lens from my camera body I always keep the lens rear element down until the cap is on it. Also, be sure to clean the inside of your camera bag or camera case from time to time. The more dust you keep away from your lens - the cleaner the lens will stay. The preventative measures are important because continual cleaning can shorten the life of your lens, because of the risk of scratching the lens every time you clean the glass. LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO Giottos Rocket Air Blaster: http://amzn.to/2D50H4o LensPen Lens Brush: http://amzn.to/2D1BLdO KimWipes: http://amzn.to/2D1rluT Pancro Lens Cleaner Spray: http://amzn.to/2D5k8Kt Hoodman Lens Cleanse: http://amzn.to/2qCgW66 WANNA SEE THE GEAR I USE? https://joeedelman.fyi/gear SUBSCRIBE so that you don't miss NEW VIDEOS! http://tog.chat/ytsubscribe MY WEBSITE & BLOG http://www.JoeEdelman.com PATREON Help me HELP YOU: https://tog.chat/patreon or donate via PayPal: https://tog.chat/paypal SHOP FOR TOGSWAG℠ http://www.togswag.com LET'S CONNECT! - Like & Follow on FACEBOOK: http://tog.chat/facebook - Follow on TWITTER: http://tog.chat/twitter - Follow on INSTAGRAM: http://tog.chat/instagram - Check my boards on PINTEREST: http://tog.chat/pinterest - Connect on LINKEDIN: http://tog.chat/linkedin - Connect on GOOGLE+: http://tog.chat/googleplus FTC Disclosure: No sponsors have paid for or provided equipment or material shown in this video #ishootpeople #joeedelman
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Tristan Bear (18 days ago)
Thanks for the help. I just bought my first DSLR and lens for some movies I wanted to make and didn't know how to go about cleaning my lens! :)
Barry m Hyder (23 days ago)
Very interesting video-Most helpful-Thanks!
Tim (3 months ago)
Is it safe to store my camera with a lens attached at all times
prg4mer (3 months ago)
This video is actually pretty helpful, even though I dont use a camera. But this method will work well with my Vr Headset (which is always foggy).
Joe Edelman (3 months ago)
Awesome prg4mer! Thanks for commenting!
PaulHarwood856 (3 months ago)
Hello Joe, Thank you for the helpful information. The reason I don't use UV filters (I used to use them) is when recording video my lenses are more prone to flaring. Flaring can be an aesthetic choice, but it doesn't look natural when a UV is on. It just looks like the UV is causing it. I hope that's understandable. - Paul
Joe Edelman (3 months ago)
That is a very reasonable reason PaulHarwood856!
Christopher Martin (3 months ago)
Microfibre /microfiber cloths are great for your spectacles
Joe Edelman (3 months ago)
Agreed Christopher Martin!
Tim M (3 months ago)
The rubber grip of my lens turned white. How to fix it?
Christopher Martin (3 months ago)
Tim M Rub it carefully, maybe with your fingers. It will probably come back and is indicative of a manufacturing flaw that allows some chemicals in the material to migrate to the surface
Divi Photos (3 months ago)
Great video thank you for sharing
Paddy Lux (4 months ago)
What’s the best way to remove water spots from the lens? The water is really hard where I live and so far I had no luck with dealing with them. Would IPA do the trick?
Barry Maskell (4 months ago)
Thanks for sharing
ASJC27 (4 months ago)
Thanks Joe. A very helpful video. I have a gallon of 99.8% IPA lying around and thought I'd try it with a microfiber for cleaning my lenses, seeing as all lens cleaning fluids are IPA. I noticed that it leaves annoying streaks on the glass which are very hard to fully get rid off. From what I read this is common even with name brands cleaning fluids. Thanks to you I just got the Kimwipes and Pancro and will give it a go. I have been using the rocket blower and lenspen (including the cleaner tip) combo for years and found the results excellent, but whenever I use the lenspen I clench my teeth in fear of scratching the lens. Your method should be better.
Buddy Clem (5 months ago)
Joe, do you know any good alternatives to the Rocket Blower? I am allergic to all natural rubber. Thanks!
johan bauwens (5 months ago)
I don't think spots on the sensor or lens are a big problem. Often you only notice them in bright skies and at f 14-22 but who uses such apertures ? I do a lot of urbexphotography, switch lenses in dirty dusty old factories, castles etc and I hardly ever have problems with dust. I have my sensor cleaned 2x a year and often it's not even necessary. The dust on the sensor is often not sand, salt or whatever but tiny metal particles from the lens mount ! If you clean the rear of your lens and the lensmount regularly, it shouldn't be a problem. Great tutorial as always  btw
Andin Briwel (6 months ago)
Yep, Pancro + Kim Wipes. Learned that one from a DP I worked with on a Discovery show! Funny side note, a TV producer I work with fairly often (you’d definitely recognize his show credits) often wipes his front element or pola with his t-shirt in the field. I cringe every time I see it, but it’s his company and he views all the gear as replaceable, almost to the point of disposable. Whatever it takes to get the shot without interrupting the action.
Jose Antonio (7 months ago)
Nice video, very ilustrative. Greetins from Spain!! You said "adiós" at the end?
Jose Antonio (7 months ago)
No, thanks to you...I just discovered you this afternoon, and your channel is full of solutions to the problems ans doubts that newbbies like me found while learning. So, I don´t say adiós (goodbye) I just say hasta luego (see you later) :-)
Joe Edelman (7 months ago)
Thank you Jose Antonio! I really appreciate the kind words! The "adios" sign off is just something that started years ago and I have done it ever since.
neil cooper (8 months ago)
Thanks for the tips Joe!
Abrar Sajjad (8 months ago)
Thanks for the amazing tips! Really useful as always. Been watching your video from quite some time now and finding them really useful also used a lot thinks I have tricks learned from your video in my shoots especially from how to pose your model, I was wondering if there is a way if you view some of my work and give me feedback, it would mean a lot for me! You can find my work on instagram @inno.vative Kind regards
Steve O'Collin (8 months ago)
Good advice !!!! As for Microfibre I use them for serious problems that may arise from time to time but the key is this: Buy a large one; Cameron makes one 15" x12" and cut it into 2" squares (with very clean scissors and hands) and drop them into a ziploc. Then if you need one use it only ONCE ! and toss it out .
KL Tah (8 months ago)
kimwipes are out of stock on amazon. any recs for alternatives?
Donna Melsness (9 months ago)
Thank you for this most useful video!
Joe Edelman (9 months ago)
You're very welcome Donna Melsness! I am glad you enjoyed it!
Kim Dung Ho (9 months ago)
Thank you Joe.
Jack Beeby (9 months ago)
Are you sure that the KimWipes will not scratch of the coating on the lens.
Joe Edelman (9 months ago)
LOL - no Jack Beeby - I just thought I would recommend it because it sounded cool. Seriously? Bottom line is - you can scratch a lens with anything if you use it wrong. If you follow best practices - this is the best way to go - period.
moke1310 (9 months ago)
Now to dig around in the cupboard for Giottos...and if I walk past the bin on the way some microfiber may be leaving home.
Samantha Kelley (10 months ago)
Hey Joe do you have any tips for using different face expressions for different moods. I have trouble making the same face in every good picture
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
It all starts with acting Samantha Kelley. Modeling is acting so you have to work on EMOTION - not expressions. Emotion drives body language and expressions and will give you believable and interesting facial expressions.
George Norkus (10 months ago)
Joe, wonderful video and yes, I know nothing is perfect but I wondered why you didn't mention the lens caps. Most of the caps are just thrown into their bag or into a pocket until needed later. The camera bag and pockets often have lots of lint. I'd recommend blowing out the caps here and there also?
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Its a good point George Norkus! Just an oversight on my part.
ROYnROY (10 months ago)
nice video... :) big fan of yours... would you please do a video on how to clean the camera sensor and how to avoid fungus on camera sensor?
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Thank you ROYnROY! In the future there may be a sensor video. As for fungus - humidity is the culprit - store your cameras in a humidity free case or environment.
Tzadeck (10 months ago)
For on the go I just bring a lens pen, and a couple Lens Cleanse packets. Brush with the lens pen, then use the Lens Clense. The blower takes up a lot more space in your bag and is nice but not 100% necessary.
Wing Yip (10 months ago)
All sensible tips. I especially like how you back up the notion that using a filter does not degrade perceptible image quality. Just be sure to use a high-qualitiy one and you're good. Sure, there may be slight change some distortion, flaring or even ghosting may occur, but I think those circumstances are very few and limited and easily corrected with a lens hood or even your hand to control stray lighting. If it's really an issue for a particularly challenging shooting scenario, then I suppose take caution and remove the filter temporarily to facilitate in the photo you want to make. Otherwise, I always prefer a filter over my lens than not to have one. Yes, microfiber cloths may seem like a good solution to use for many AT FIRST.. seeming soft and designed to clean. But, like you said, they can absorb oils from you fingers and transfer that to the lens... those who wear glasses will experience this ill effect quite often. They are also inherently designed pick up dust and dirt, and thus it's easy to forget or simply not know how much dust & dirt has been collected by the cloth and you may rub such "rubbish" back over the surface of your lens and potentially cause damage. It may seem economically wasteful, but if you want to protect your lenses and care for them properly, you really should have a disposable wipe that should always be clean and free to wipe your lens each time you need to do so. Thanks for all the tips and reminders for some us who may not know or practice some of your recommended techniques.
Freeman Burgess (10 months ago)
Thanks for making a video like this, Joe. Do you have any tips for cleaning the lens barrel and/or focus ring?
Yuriy Zhurahovskiy (10 months ago)
Helpful indeed
Bruce Smith (10 months ago)
Outstanding presentation. In this age of heightened security, always concerned when traveling with my Giottos Rocket. So far, no issues.
Jacob Roberts (10 months ago)
This is definitely helpful. Your video going along with the your narration helped make this crystal clear.
Alikour Productions LLC (10 months ago)
Thanks Joe!
FanMae Hu (10 months ago)
As always thank you Joe!
Phill T (10 months ago)
Great info, shame we don't all do it :-)
RuffShots (10 months ago)
Almost exactly my methodology, but great advice about storing the brush and rocket in a ziplock bag. Also, I use Pec Pads instead of Kim Wipes, but I'll have to check those out now.
Anthony Dooley (10 months ago)
Straight forward and needed information on this. Unfortunately, too many people will say, "Don't ever let anything touch your lense." Always thought that was a contradiction when cleaning it. Thank you for your clarity.
Richard Wintle (10 months ago)
Thanks Joe, lots of good sense there (no surprise really, coming from you!). I'm a scientist by training and KimWipes are useful for all kinds of things (a bit rough on the nose when used as a Kleenex though). There are also lens paper products designed for cleaning microscope optics that I think would be excellent for camera lenses, but they tend to come in very small sheets and are stupidly expensive. Very lint-free though and if they're good for a Zeiss, Leica, Olympus or Nikon microscope, I imagine they'd be great for camera lenses too.
VTPSTTU (10 months ago)
A month ago, you challenged us not to come back until we'd done some shooting. With my health issues and the insanity of the holidays, I've been slow. Yesterday, I was able to get out and shoot a bit. I didn't do model photography, but I scouted a location where I want to shoot with a model someday. I took a few good enough shots. I think the location will work well when/if I find the model and costume.  I really wasn't planning to do anything yesterday. I had a treatment Friday, and I rarely have any energy the day after a treatment. A young lady (20-something) that I've never met and friended me on Facebook through a mutual friend (whom I've never met in real life) was posting that she wanted to take a picture of something. I messaged her and asked if she wanted to shoot together. As we messaged, I proposed this location which was about half an hour from where she was spending the weekend with her mom. She lives about forty-five minutes from me. The day was late, and I was on the border of saying that it was too far, but then she told me that her car was being repaired and had just been finished. The car was at her uncle's house just a few minutes from the location. I figured that even without getting good shots, I could at least see the location and she could get her car.  We had a good time shooting. As we discussed the shoot, she thought the idea sounded good. I asked whether she'd like to tag team if I found a model. She was interested, and by the time I dropped her at her uncle's place where her car was, she was thinking of a friend that she might talk into doing the shoot. The theme is Amelia Earhart so the young lady friend shouldn't have any negative repercussions from posing that way. If we get the shoot done, I'll post an image to your Facebook group.  Now we just need to find a good costume and a model. A 30's era airplane would be nice, but that's beyond my budget. This old airport was fun to see. There's an old search light that has lost some glass panes and appears to hold a hawk, falcon, or eagle nest. If I still live in this area next summer, I may try to catch the birds at their nest.  PS. Thanks for the cleaning tips. I sometimes use the soft side of those brush tools, but I rarely do anything beyond using the bulb air blowers. I can't remember where my rocket blower is, but the ones without fins are sometimes easier to store. I used to have one shaped like a grenade. Maybe I'll try to find that one today.
Karl Laun (10 months ago)
Ever had issues traveling with the rocket blower? Had a friend who had his confiscated by TSA.
espaiz (10 months ago)
Great advise! Although I have experience cleaning my expensive glass, I suffer when cleaning my progressive prescription glasses! I scratch them a lot! Can you share how do you clean yours?
Mark Harris (10 months ago)
I must admit I’m most precious about my older lenses as my Bronica, Zuiko and Jupiter lenses are irreplaceable as new. I admit I’ve been known to wipe rain off my "outdoor" lenses carefully with a lens cloth, but I always take a lot of cloths out with me and I also have a blower with me as well as a spare bag for my used cloth. I never ever use anything than a blower when I’m anywhere sandy and I always wait until I get home to properly clean a lens. I used to use UV filters but as I’ve got more into analogue photography and my lenses massive grew in number, as for instance my Olympus came with six lenses, my Bronica has four, it wasn’t economically feasible to put filters on them all. I know people say "Once won't hurt" in letting your standards drop, but for me I know that if I slackened once it would be the thin edge of the wedge and I’ve seen older lenses where the owners have damaged lenses by not being sensible. Please may I add one thing, on cold and wet days leave your lenses in your bag for a good couple of hours before cleaning them as doing to too soon with the sudden change in temperature can cause condensation inside the lens. Great video, and I’m really pleased to hear someone else who take their cleaning regime seriously, some of the advice other YouTubers offer is slightly irresponsible in my opinion, especially those that advocate breathing on your lens then wiping it with your tee shirt.
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Thanks for commenting Mark Harris!
077 Di (10 months ago)
Is it advertising? lots of pro photographers told me the micro fiber is enough
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
LOL - forever the skeptic 077 Di??? NO - it is not advertising. It is best practices. If a lot of people jumped off a bridge would you follow? There is simple logic - get a piece of dust on that fiber cloth that you have already used a few times and then wipe it into your lens and scratch the coating..... So instead of taking my word or being a ZOMBIEtographer and following "a bunch of pro photographers" - why not think for yourself? If you care about your gear and especially if you don't have the money to replace it easily - you may want to try my way. If you are rich and don't give a damn about your glass - "jump off the bridge"!
TheYeti InOz (10 months ago)
Thanks Joe, great advice as usual. How about sensor cleaning? Would you consider it to be a diy job? Looking forward to your next video, keep them coming.
Samtagri (10 months ago)
Hey, thanks for advising the use of a UV filter. Morons keep badmouthing UV filters. But they never did a comparison to see if it impacts quality. They are just idiots who heard something from a moron blogger and started preaching.  But you, you just say it how it is. A filter protects your front element and can be replaced very easily if it gets too scuffed up.
Geoff Scott (10 months ago)
Great information, great video production as always Joe. Thanks & keep 'em coming!
Akos Szilvasi (10 months ago)
I would have emphasized the UV filter more. In my mind that is the best protection for the lens and if that gets damaged, scratched you just buy another one. Also the lens hood offers great mechanical protection.
Vasiliy Ivanishvili (10 months ago)
thank you for information, Joe!
Ron Bartash (10 months ago)
Great tips Thank you Joe!!
Donna Couture (10 months ago)
Again ... another great video loaded with so much useful info. Loved the intro too. Thanks Joe! = )
baumstanz (10 months ago)
Nice! That cleaning liquid isn't available in Germany but it seems to be pure Isopropyl alcohol, right? Because that can be had from various sources :-)
devdas Devdas (10 months ago)
Sweet new Olympus camera and as usual educational video 👌🏽
Rob Caven Photography (10 months ago)
Hoodman wipes are superb, been using them for a couple of years now. Never seen any fibre left behind though, just perfectly clean elements with no smears.
cal88usa (10 months ago)
Love this channe,l you post very informative video that we all can use.
Thomas Ploner (10 months ago)
Very useful! Thanks!
Christopher Soule (10 months ago)
Thanks for this video Joe! And may you have a prosperous New Year! Do you know if the enzymes from human breath can harm a lens coating?
RS (10 months ago)
How about a dishwasher ?? ;-)
RS (10 months ago)
Glad you got that one right !!! ;-) Love your channel, no-nonsens, no bs, good info and lotsa variation in subjects Keep up the good work !!
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Only for Sony lenses RS! 😳😁🤔😎 JK!!!
[TN2] Awesome Lawson (10 months ago)
Hello there!!!
Manny Ortiz (10 months ago)
Everything you said not to do, I Do! Lol Thanks for the tips
Godfrey Orig (4 months ago)
same here oh men!
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Yeah well you Sony shooters do tend to do things backwards Manny Ortiz!!! 😘😎🤔 "Sony no boloney!" = Manny's new tagline!
Frank Hernandez (10 months ago)
Good advice. Thank you. How about a video on how to clean the sensor.
Impostertot (10 months ago)
Looking forward to see how you handle the floating sensor of the Olympus cameras for cleannig.
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Thank you Frank Hernandez! I will get to a sensor video eventually. Stay tuned!
Chirag Parikh (10 months ago)
Happy New Year JE,  excellent video, thanks, very helpful
The Post Color Blog (10 months ago)
It's funny you say that about the microfiber cloths. At one point the plastic package that a free one I got ripped a little and I STILL continued to slide the cloth back in, for the reasons outlined in this video. I dropped a different one another day and I ended up just getting rid of it. I probably COULD have washed it, (I actually hadnt considered that) but as you said, sometimes....these companies just give these things away.
R F (10 months ago)
As always Joe, great info! Question please - for those of us who 'shoot' in hockey arenas - is there a lens wipe that helps - such as an anti fog lens wipe?
R F (10 months ago)
wow! thanks so much for such a fast reply! i am grateful for your advice. greatly appreciated and much respected. keep up the fantastic chats - and contunued success!
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Thank you R F! I appreciate the comment. You really shouldn't need an anti fog wipe if you let your lens adapt to the arena temperature slowly. I have found that wiping fog off a lens rarely completely clears the lens until the lens is at room temperature.
Tom Bingham (10 months ago)
Very cool advice! Thanks for the links too Joe!
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
You're very welcome Tom Bingham! I am glad you enjoyed it!
Facundo Peralta (10 months ago)
Very useful! Love it like all your videos! :D Thank you so much! . I hope some day become a profesional photographer just like you!
Mark Harris (10 months ago)
Joe Edelman I purposely read your reply knowing something similar would have been your reply. It just wouldn’t be you without you encouraging a relatively new photographer to live up to their potential and not yours.
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
You're very welcome Facundo Peralta! Thank you so much for the kind words! Don't become a photographer like me - become an even better photographer!
Yamakawa (10 months ago)
More helpful advice. Thanks. Y.
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
You're very welcome Yamakawa! I am glad you enjoyed it!
D F (10 months ago)
Did you buy Annie Leibovitz classes? Respond with a video on the topic!
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Seriously Myman Flint? Freakin RUDE!!! To your first question - NO I didn't buy her classes - why would I? Second and more importantly - I am not a circus animal who does tricks on demand. Why would I do a video about Annie Liebovitz online classes - what other video do I have that gives you even the MOST remote idea that is something I would do a video about?
Willi Billi (10 months ago)
Hi Joe, Those KIMWIPES you suggested - what exact wipes do you suggest one purchases as this brand offers several kinds of wipes - even with some kind of oily substance - As well..that PANCRO Spray...I checked on AMAZON but it is not listed with them.. thanks!
Willi Billi (10 months ago)
Got it! Thanks Joe!
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Waxy Parsnips - the links are in the description of the video.
Mike Osinski (10 months ago)
Thanks Joe now I can fire back at my friend's that joke about me always using UV filters personally like B+W, and have to try out those Kimwipes too. And this is a good video, seen lots of people that clean thier lens wrong.
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Thank you! Mike Osinski Glad you enjoyed it! I appreciate the kind words!
carey lee (10 months ago)
Great tips Joe! I have some telephoto lens' that are not smooth when extending and retracting,is this something I would have to send in to get professional cleaned?
carey lee (10 months ago)
Thanks Joe! It's my favorite and I will send it in.
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Thank you carey lee! For me - that would definitely be a reason to ship the lens back to the manufacturer.
Fharish Ahmed Vlogs (10 months ago)
Notification Squad! :D
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Thanks for commenting Fharish Ahmed!
Andrew Jarman (10 months ago)
Great tips again Joe...love these quick videos!
Andrew Jarman (10 months ago)
Joe Edelman lol...not at all! I find all your videos very well planned, concise, and too the point - for all levels of photographers!
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Thank you! Andrew Jarman Glad you enjoyed it! Is that a polite way of saying I am too long winded??? 😳🤔
Scott Perry (10 months ago)
Very useful. Thankyou very much.
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
You're very welcome Scott Perry! I am glad you enjoyed it!
jim mack (10 months ago)
I have always put a uv filter on my camera lenses ... when i was in the NAVY i was a opticalman .. not the eye glass man .. worked on all optical navigational stuff .. sextants , binoculars , optical gun sights and up to periscopes .. this was back in the mid 80's .. we cleaned the glass with pure acetone back then .. with my training back then my pet peve is bubbles in compound lenses ... we had to have zero bubbles in the glass when making them .. i still will pick up a lens and eyeball thru it and look for bubbles in the glass ..
jim mack (10 months ago)
no problem .. man trying to think to back then ,, i think it was a Rico lens i looked at lots of bubbles in it .. i seen it .. so i passed and looked at others .. i was just getting into photography then taking the New York Institute of Photography correspondence coarse ( back in the 85's or so era ) .. not sure how the imperfection wold show up on film .. but didn't want to chance it and looked at other lenses ..
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
Thanks for commenting jim mack!
James Haney (10 months ago)
Thanks for the tip on KimWipes; converting to that from microfiber that I got with my sunglasses....+1
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
You're welcome James Haney! You won't regret the KimWipes - just be sure to get the Pancro Spray as well. Never use a dry wipe.
brute910 (10 months ago)
Thanks Joe!
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
You're welcome brute910 I appreciate the comment!
Martin Thomas (10 months ago)
I almost passed out when you used that spray can upside down Joe! Great tips as always - thank you!
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
LOL - I promise that NO CAMERA GEAR WAS DAMAGED IN THE MAKING OF THIS VIDEO Martin Thomas! Thanks for commenting! 📸
richard mendoza (10 months ago)
You got me on this one, Joe: I thought I was doing just fine up to the point where you advised not to use the the cleaner end of a lens pen. D'OH! Will purchase the Kim wipes & Pancro spray asap. Thanks again for the advice!
Joe Edelman (10 months ago)
You are very welcome richard mendoza! The cleaning tip is a lot like using the micro-fiber cloth - its great while its clean and as long as you don't use it to scrape a piece of dirt across your lens.

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