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How to change a lens on a DSLR

stevegreen

Distinguished Member
Thats all pretty much common sense IMO..........amazing what people make videos of isn't it.

Love the way it says canon DSLR in brackets too.........like it's going to be any different for a Nikon/Pentax/Olympus etc.
 

senu

Distinguished Member
Thats all pretty much common sense IMO..........amazing what people make videos of isn't it.

Love the way it says canon DSLR in brackets too.........like it's going to be any different for a Nikon/Pentax/Olympus etc.

:D
True . however a newbee put off lens changing by scare stories of dust to the insides of a DSLR might find it demystifying and better seen than described
 

Yandros

Well-known Member
:D
True . however a newbee put off lens changing by scare stories of dust of the insides of a DSLR might find it demystifying and better seen than described

Very true. Incidentally, I came across a site with some very careful tests of the 400D anti-dust, and the conclusion was that it was pretty useless. The most it does is move the dust around a bit :rolleyes:
 

AceAceBaby

Active Member
Thats all pretty much common sense IMO..........amazing what people make videos of isn't it.

Love the way it says canon DSLR in brackets too.........like it's going to be any different for a Nikon/Pentax/Olympus etc.

Wouldn't someone with a Nikon risk breaking their stuff if they twist their lenses the same way? Nikons "go the other way" right?
 

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