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This is not a problem as such , i am going to the Sahara desert soon and would like to know what sort of precautions i should take with my camera , in changing lenses , lens care etc. I have a Nikon d40x . Many thanks P.

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A supply of zip lock bags and keep out the dust, and keep out the dust. Oh yes keep out the dust.

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