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12-03-2009, 06:43 AM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by Class A Quote
As Arpe said. Here's my detailed procedure:
  • Loosen rear cap on new lens.
  • Put lens cap on old lens and unmount old lens, camera facing down.
  • Swap rear cap from new lens to old lens.
  • Mount new lens to camera, camera still facing down.
  • Start breathing again...
It is good practice to keep (front and rear) lens caps clean as any dirt will transfer to the lens and from their potentially into the camera.
I recently started changing lenses somewhat like this and it has dramatically reduced sensor dust.

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