1. Regularly clean your lens with a lint-free cloth, using towels or the bottom of the shirt can cause scratches on your lens, which can affect the quality of your pictures. Use a lens cap when your camera isn’t in use to protect your lens.
2. Transport and store your camera in a structured camera bag with a soft inside, this will protect your camera both from the environment and from falls. When not in use, store your camera where it’s safe from falls or being damaged accidentally.
3. Store your camera out of extreme heat or cold; avoiding leaving it stored in your car any longer than necessary. Storage is worth noting, keep the camera in a cool place (not too hot and not too humid) and protected from dust. You can buy special storage cabinets camera but the price is still relatively expensive. For an alternative, you could buy a glass cabinet / timber that is cheaper, attach it 5watt lights in it and set the distance from the light into your camera around 40cm for the temperature inside the cupboard can stay cool. Then put some silica gel to prevent mildew. It is advisable to buy Dry Boxes, because more secure in the camera storage.
4. Clean the inside of your camera with air to remove dust from the components; do not use chemicals or a cloth, as these can be too abrasive and damage internal parts. Use a soft cloth or a camera special cloth that normally wear glasses to wipe clean the body and the outside of the lens to the front of the lens, and the filters you can use a special wipes lens cleaning. To clean the inside of the camera, lock the camera’s mirrors up; consult your user’s manual for details on how to lock your mirrors as the method varies per camera. All of the equipment, can be found at your nearest camera shop in your town.