So i was trying hard to balancing ,with my legs stretched wide to rest on two jutted rocks,bent down straining my neck, trying too get these camouflaged crabs on a rock happily far away from the range of my 18-55mm, trying to get a proper frame when here comes the wretched waves which somehow decides that salt crystals on my lens will help me increase my zoom
and slashesit all over me and my beloved d5000.
well it was like somebody put a long and deep scratch on your shiny new ford...iif you know what i mean.
umm... had no Idea what to do so I just switched it of and then wiped the water of the lens with my hanky ,opened the zoom at the max and tried to wipe out any water seeping into grooves and ..well thats all i could think off.
Now i have no idea what i should do ... i dont even a nikon workshop in my town (or anywhere near for that matter). all there is the guy from whom i got my camera . well i am gong to him in the evening.but if you guys could just guide on what all should i do to make sure that my camera does not become a salt shaker.