Re: Does Zoom Lenses create Dust?
- From: Paul Furman <paul-@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 21 May 2008 11:16:22 -0700
Paul Furman <paul-@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
RahQ5@xxxxxxxxx wrote:Would using a zoom lens on a DSLR camera create dust on the sensorYes but it's not that bad.
merely by focusing??
Someone told me that, and suggested a fixed focal lens. Is this true?
I have a 70-300mm zoom lens that I rarely use but would like to try itDon't worry. Get a rocket blower & blow it out every several lens changes and you probably won't need anything more complicated than that for a long time.
on my XT Digital Rebel. Maybe I can trade it in on a fixed focal lens. Sucking in air/dust by
zooming isn't what I'd like. I'm new to DSLRs. Thanks!
I think it means the dirts get sucked inside the lens (other side of the
glass), and I think Canon 100-400mm (?) is one of few Canon Push<->Pull lens
That happens to prime lenses also.
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