Protecting Your Photography Gear from Moisture and Fungus

Sometimes you just have to shoot in the rain…

If you live or travel somewhere hot, humid, or downright moist, you may be wondering how you can prevent fungus spores from settling into your equipment. These little creatures can wind up taking residence inside of your lenses, eventually spreading and wreaking havoc within. Taking a few precautions will greatly reduce the likelihood of this occurring:

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Crater lake landscapes

Earlier this year we made it up to Crater Lake in Oregon – and I just got around to processing this photo from the trip. It was a clear day with nice reflections. This photo was shot with the Sony A9 and the 24-105 G OSS lens. I’ve been renting and testing out different mirrorless camera setups, and the Sony offers impressive autofocus performance and good image quality – even though it’s not particularly known to be a “landscape camera”. The truth is, most mid-level to professional cameras are capable of excellent results, and it mainly comes down to personal preference.