Buying local definately has an advantage over buying over the internet when it comes to larger items.<br><br>I took some pics today and noticed a spot as evidenced here:<br><br><br>So I walked over to Murphy's Camera which is across the street and they determined it was dust and cleaned it for me..free! Walked out 5 minutes later worry free! <br><br>
Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
Yes, though i forgot why... It's either because it's too powerful, condensation, or magic pixel fairies don't like the cold. <br><br>Also when checking for dust point your camera up to the sky and set it to the highest F stop (f/32 normally), that way the dots become much more visible.<br><br>
Loc: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
It's bad because the strong flow of compressed air will probably push the dust particles into tighter places and not get them out. If the dust particle is on the sensor, you can wipe it off easily with a special flexible spatula, soft cloth, and cleaning liquid.<br><br>
#155086 - 04/04/0412:33 AMRe: Buying local vs internet
Waleed,<br> Thank you so much for that lead to Copper Hill. It certainly was the most thorough and complete tutorial imaginable. What a great find! Everyone with a digital camera should know about this sight. Thanks.<br>- David<br><br>
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