Dpreview C1dsMkII User Reports Dust Problem


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tao

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they might not wanna admit it, but dust is certainly a big issue for most users of other makes DSLR.
 

ykkok

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It's simple, simply PP with 'Dust Ninja' :bsmilie:
 

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chancy said:
For some, dust is an issue (more or less) ...

Posted to the Oly SLR forum by a Canon user, http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1022&message=12610262 or follow the entire discussion thread if time allows.

Cheers,
You're telling me !!
I had just spent the whole of last night trying to clean the dust blobs off the sensor of my 20D. Used up 4 sensor swabs moving the dust blobs from one end to the other and back. Finally managed to remove most of the dust particles at 4.00am. I'm certainly not looking forward to the next sensor cleaning session. :sweat:
 

tao

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ouch! catch some sleep!

i am now considering between the 350D and the E300, looks like the anti-dust and better kit lens of the E300 is edging me towards getting it.
 

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Dust and battery life are the two major reasons I have not bought a DSLR. I've seen enough problems with my buddies DSLRs (D60 in for cleaning three times), yucks. Why the h*!#@$ can't these guys license Oly's sensor cleaning technology? Oly has it right.
 

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