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When you changes lenses on the road, there is a good chance of get­ting dust in­side the cam­era and onto the sen­sor. This will cause marks on your pic­tures. There are a num­ber of so­lu­tions to avoid this. You can re­touch shots au­to­mat­i­cally by shoot­ing a Dust Ref­er­ence Photo, but this will only work if you process your NEFs us­ing Cap­ture NX2. If you use a DX body, then the Nikon 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G is a great travel lens, re­duc­ing the need to change lenses. Many Nikons have a clean im­age sen­sor func­tion. These are quite ef­fec­tive, but as a travel pho­tog­ra­pher you will oc­ca­sion­ally need to clean your sen­sor. If a blower brush doesn’t shift the dirt, I use a Vis­i­bleDust Arc­tic But­ter­fly Sen­sor Brush to lift off stub­born crud.

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