Next, you have water and humidity. If there has been rainfall, you need to wipe your cameras and keep them dry. Otherwise, the moisture will seep inside the camera system and could cause various problems. It could malfunction, rust, corrode and much more. Water from inside the camera lenses will also compromise the picture quality.
Not every camera is waterproof, and even waterproof quality doesn’t mean that it doesn’t need maintenance. Water also comes in the form of snow. So, be careful about that, as well.
The collection of dust and moisture can lead to germ, mould and other kinds of buildups that would degrade the quality of your cameras.