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    Unhappy sensor cleaning

    wher can i find sensor cleaning services in singapore?

    I have a couple of spots that cant be removed by the blower and there's like some watermarks?

    please help meeeeee

    thank youuu

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    Camera Hospital, P&G camera and your camera's own service center.

    Or, you can buy yourself the sensor swab with cleaning chemical and do your own sensor cleaning.
    I am not a photographer, just someone who happened to have a couple of cameras.
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    how much would it cost ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sierratwo1 View Post
    how much would it cost ?
    $20+ depending on which service centre you go to

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    *jaw drops* thanks alot, i think it'll just stay that way for now =_=

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    $20 to clean your sensor very expensive meh?

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    I'm a poor college student T_T i think i'll just buy the swabs off ebay

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    Quote Originally Posted by sierratwo1 View Post
    I'm a poor college student T_T i think i'll just buy the swabs off ebay
    Lenspen has a (dry) sensor cleaning pen (NOT their lens cleaning pen). It works (though no matter how hard you clean, sure to have a bit of dirt).

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    Default Re: sensor cleaning

    its not tough to DIY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sierratwo1 View Post
    I'm a poor college student T_T i think i'll just buy the swabs off ebay
    Er... you must really know what you are doing when you buy swab off ebay. Yes... they are cheap... but that is for a reason. And I tends to trust the shops more (shops like Cathay Photos and the such) when getting equipment such as the chemical swabs to clean my sensor.
    I am not a photographer, just someone who happened to have a couple of cameras.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sierratwo1 View Post
    I'm a poor college student T_T i think i'll just buy the swabs off ebay
    And one foolish movement and you pay $200 or more to fix the mess you created. Do read up about the DIY methods and calculate your time as efforts, too. If unsure, the service center is a better bet.
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