Newbies guide to CCD cleaning @ NSC!


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AxeLa

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After waiting 20 mins....point at a white sheet of paper and manual focus @ F22 again, so best to bring your lappy and use PS to see the result before signing the paper...:thumbsup: This pic was taken outside FujiXerox building..after auto leveling.
 

AxeLa

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Nikon Singapore Pte Ltd
Office & Service Centre
No. 80 Anson Road, Fuji Xerox Towers, #10-01/02
Singapore 079907
Operating Hours :

Mon - Tue, Thu - Fri : 9:00AM - 5:30PM

Wed : 9:00AM - 8:00PM

Phone:
Sales Hotline : (65) 6559 3630,
Service Hotline : (65) 6559 6363
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Sales Fax : (65) 6559 3671
Service Fax : (65) 6559 3669
Website:
http://www.nikon.com.sg
 

kcuf2

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I think D300 has the self cleaning CCD mechanism, is there any reason u need to go NSC to clean CCD?
these technology can only remove non sticky and tiny weeny rubbish off the sensor. however static are often present and they stick very strongly, which those shakes cant do much. in other words, the shakes are not much use.

nothing beats a manual cleaning by the pros.
 

AxeLa

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these technology can only remove non sticky and tiny weeny rubbish off the sensor. however static are often present and they stick very strongly, which those shakes cant do much. in other words, the shakes are not much use.

nothing beats a manual cleaning by the pros.
Yup...agreed wat u said....nope someone expert can teach us in a group how to clean the CCD the safe way.:thumbsup:
 

leeter

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great guide. erm, but what if my set has extended warranty from Harvey Norman?
 

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