I'm a craft design student focusing on pottery and woodworking. Recently I've been thinking of recording my crafting process, hence I will be bringing my camera (Canon g7x) into the studio, maybe put it on a table for a long time for a timelapse.
But I have one concern: will the flying tiny clay dust and tiny wood shavings get into my camera and ruin this expensive device? I mean, inhaled clay dust will settle in your lungs and cause silicosis, so what could happen to my camera?
Should I use a jelly case or buy an underwater case as a protector? Should I just use action cameras?
I've been googling this topic but i couldn't find any result. Thank you so much!