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Old Mar 8, 2006, 9:14 PM   #11
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Depends on whatbernabeau means by"most". but I agree that breath can be a problem. Little bits of mucus can hold down a much bigger (still small) chunk of dust enough that blowing with low pressure air won't get it off. I like the idea of being able to clean the sensor/lens without touching it whenever possible.

Winter got me out of the idea of exhaling anywhere near the lens - fogs up real fast in the cold.
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Old Mar 10, 2006, 5:48 PM   #12
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In winter the air is cleaner - at least if you live outside town - and chances to catch dust are significantly lower. Of course, if you have a heating with open fire, changing lenses in front of it is not a good idea.
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