Case Dslr

Case Dslr
Is it safe to keep my DSLR where appropriate, with the lens attached?

I have a soft (but sturdy and thus protect) case for my Canon Digital Rebel XTi. Performs the body and two lenses. Usually the right to mount the lens before taking my first photo, but it takes time and usually end up losing good photo ops while I prepare my camera. If I leave the lens mounted, and place the camera in my case, is it safe? Will this hurt the body or the lens?

It must indeed have the habit of leaving the Camera Lens. You will find that you have a favorite lens more or less directly from your camera to be ready for quick shots. Taking out the lens exposes the sensor and other internal components of dust, which can be a real problem with Digital Cameras. The more you take the lens out, the greater the risk of dust related problems. The lens mount is very durable. Browse a camera on a tripod. The lens mount is the only thing the support for the lens, which can sometimes weigh up to two pounds. In fact, if you get so much more than two pounds, is that the lens has a tripod mount and the target is actually designed to support the camera. The thing is, is the same lens is mounted on the camera all the time doing all the support and is designed to take this. If you have the basic kit lens Canon XTi, the lens has a polycarbonate (plastic fantasy) mounting ring that will be spent sooner if you take this medicine out of your camera on the end of each day. Leave it in place. They are designed for it.

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