Protecting camera and lens from beach elements

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Protecting camera and lens from beach elements

Hello forum folk,

I have a D750 and a 50mm (and tripod) that I want to bring with me to a beach retreat for both general shooting purposes (which will be mostly indoors I think) and for some nature and, hopefully, some astrophotography.   I live in the mid atlantic USA and the night temperature may get to mid 30 degrees F at night.  Beyond that, the only other hazards that I can think of are wind, sand and the additional salinity that will be in the air and potential sea spray (IF wind is high enough).

I have a temba dna bag (which is new) and I want to know my best bets for protecting my camera and lens (it won't be coming off to change out) from getting items in it or corrosion from salt.  What should I do as far as cleaning?  I have both a rocket and pen/brush.

Thank you.

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