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  1. #21

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Bingo.
    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by ahbian View Post
    Aiyah, if doesn't affect the images, why bother. Unless the problem is so serious you can't see what you are shooting.
    That's true...if it's the viewfinder then heck care liao

  2. #22

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    well, i just go a blower today and managed to clear all the dust away! no more black spot liao. Thanks everyone for your help!
    Nikon D90 | Nikon 18-200mm | Nikon 50mm F1.4 | SB-800
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  3. #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by aryanto View Post
    Use olympus DSLR and you never have to clean sensor.
    pls dont give ppl false impression. oly is not the only brand that got sensor cleaning ability

    canon, sony, nikon newer model all also got ultra sonic vibration on the filter infront of the sensor to shake off any dust.

    oly uses a smaller sensor so maybe more easy to shake the dust off but that does mean that u dont get stubborn dust that the sensor cleaning cant get rid off and blower also no use.
    D80/D700 18-135/17-50/14-24/24-70/70-200/70-300/50/60 SB600/900

  4. #24

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    TS - some time u see 3 dust bunny some time u see 6, why is that so is bcos you use diff aperture. the smaller aperture u use the more prominent the dust bunny will appear.

    learn how to check for dust bunny, posted few times on the method to check.



    AND a simple and logical advise to all snappers with sensor cleaning ability camera, point your camera downwards and on off your camera to trigger the cleaning(normally for most camera), that way the dust bunny after it get shake loose from the sensor surface will drop off and free fall away from the sensor thanks to gravity. hold it in your normal shooting position while cleaning may result in the bunny being shaken off from the top of your sensor and landing some where on the bottom of your sensor after it roll or fall off (bunny move house only)

    D80/D700 18-135/17-50/14-24/24-70/70-200/70-300/50/60 SB600/900

  5. #25

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    yeah. i did a check after i clean. no more black spot anywhere.
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