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May 22, 2015

To Clean or Not To Clean: Steps to Sensor Cleaning Made Simple

You've seen them in photographs and videos, often hours after a photo shoot when your fresh images are full screen on a large monitor. They appear as circular dark blobs, unnatural discs in an otherwise perfect blue horizon. They are called dust bunnies (or dust mice) and they are the bane of all DSLR owners. At some point during the life cycle of your camera, you?ll have to combat them if you change lenses. This article will show you several ways to tackle this problem. Read article >>

Posted by Ronny89 at May 22, 2015 9:42 AM

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