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dangerousdave
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   Old Thread  #1799 13 Jul 2012 at 10.15am    Login    Register
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Thanks matt and john, yes i will see about getting ot cleaned next time im in camera shop. Only had it couple of months cant belive ive got spots already
60sRules
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   Old Thread  #1798 13 Jul 2012 at 8.32am    Login    Register
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Hi Dave, I have considered cleaning the sensor as part of routine maintenance, not sure if it needs it. I think that Mattís advice is worth taking on board. A good kit seems to cost around the same price of getting it done professionally.
I would hate to write off a camera for the sake of DIY when the fix could be a lot less than 10% of the camera cost.

nine0six
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   Old Thread  #1797 13 Jul 2012 at 6.29am    Login    Register
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I really wouldn't try doing it yourself. The sensor is easily knackered and if you damage it you will be buying a new camera. I get mine cleaned when it needs it for about £50 (I think). This way I am covered if it is wrecked. I know of large photographic departments that considered training someone to clean sensors but soon realised that one mistake would wipe out all the savings. The job requires practice and a lightness of touch and is really best left to someone that has had plenty of experience.

dangerousdave
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   Old Thread  #1796 13 Jul 2012 at 5.17am    Login    Register
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Thanks John, I seem to have a couple of spots of dirt appeared on my D5100 sensor, tried blowing it off without success, thinking about buying a swab kit, wonder if you've had to clean any of yours in the past
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   Old Thread  #1795 12 Jul 2012 at 10.47pm    Login    Register
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The detail on that head is very good, donít think it could be better. Nice one Dave

dangerousdave
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   Old Thread  #1794 12 Jul 2012 at 9.45pm    Login    Register
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Thanks Pete.

petethecrip
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   Old Thread  #1793 12 Jul 2012 at 6.38pm    Login    Register
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Great photography dave
dangerousdave
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   Old Thread  #1792 11 Jul 2012 at 9.06pm    Login    Register
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Eyes
Hover up the lily stem
60sRules
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   Old Thread  #1791 8 Jul 2012 at 10.57pm    Login    Register
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Green, green grass of home.
petethecrip
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   Old Thread  #1790 8 Jul 2012 at 6.01pm    Login    Register
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wales in the rain
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   Old Thread  #1789 3 Jul 2012 at 10.59pm    Login    Register
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Thanks Andrew I like this one as well
andy_carper001
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   Old Thread  #1788 3 Jul 2012 at 8.04pm    Login    Register
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Cheers mate.

And I think that bluebottle or what ever it is? Is your best macro shot yet Jeffrey
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   Old Thread  #1787 3 Jul 2012 at 7.43pm    Login    Register
Taken with a Vivitar 90mm f2.8 Macro in Canon FD mount, adapted to Canon EOS
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tuftytowers
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   Old Thread  #1786 3 Jul 2012 at 6.18pm    Login    Register
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sigma 120 - 400, nikon d7000, thanks
PeteK
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   Old Thread  #1785 2 Jul 2012 at 9.26pm    Login    Register
Blimey, you can almost see apollo 11's tyre tracks !!!

Awesome pic !!
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