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Camera Maintenance Tips

Proper care and maintenance is essential to keeping underwater photographic equipment in good condition. There are a number of ways to harm your equipment, including exposure to salt, minerals, sun, and dirt, improper storage, neglect, improper repair, and improper handling. Because photographic equipment is so sensitive, and was probably a considerable investment, be sure to always provide proper maintenance before, during, and after a dive.

O-ring Maintenance:

The most essential part of maintaining your camera system will be proper care of the O-rings, which seal camera channels from dust, dirt, debris, salt, and water.

Before Every Dive:

During Your Dive:

After Your Dive:

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