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Old 19-02-2007, 11:44   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys,
The horribly inevitable has happened; I have some sensor dust. It's a hair like line at the top of the sensor, and obviously is prevalent at focal lengths of about 25-29. What do I do? Can I just take the lens out and kind of blow on the sensor? DIdn't think so.... It's annoying but does not notice too much. Would like to get rid of it though.

Help? I would also prefer not to have to spend money on kits etc. as that is something I don't have a lot of right now....

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(PS: It's a D50)
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I'm not familiar with the D50 but first off I would, as you say, remove the lens and try to blow out the offending hair/dust. I would recommend a Giottos Rocket Blower - do not use compressed air.

If that doesn't remove it then you may well have to clean the sensor. But, try the blower first.
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I'm not familiar with the D50 but first off I would, as you say, remove the lens and try to blow out the offending hair/dust.
Can I blow it with my lungs?
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Re: Sensor dust

Ahh, dust on the sensor! Whilst I clean my sensor fairly regularly, I've usually got some hanging around!

Options:
1. Clean. Ideally with a proper kit/brush tho' some have successfully used makeup brushes (not an option I'd use but then my sensor is different to others)

2. Get good at cloning/healing in PS. CS2 is very good with it's Spot Healing Brush (tho' I usually stick to CS, so use Clone tool)
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Can I blow it with my lungs?
NOT recommended! Breathe contains moisture which may condense on sensor, sticking dust to sensor. (You may also accidentally spit, tho' I'm far too polite to suggest you might!)
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NOT recommended! Breathe contains moisture which may condense on sensor, sticking dust to sensor. (You may also accidentally spit, tho' I'm far too polite to suggest you might!)
Hehehehe, well you never know! Am going to Jessops today to get a mini tripod, and possibly try out some lenses. You think they'll clean it for free? (yeah.....right) But might they?
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Hehehehe, well you never know! Am going to Jessops today to get a mini tripod, and possibly try out some lenses. You think they'll clean it for free? (yeah.....right) But might they?
Look..... up there......... in the sky......... flying pigs!

Another option is Focus - quite often someone, somewhere will be demoing their product - get in line!
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Look..... up there......... in the sky......... flying pigs!

Another option is Focus - quite often someone, somewhere will be demoing their product - get in line!
Mark, a little off the subject, you wouldn't mind showing me a pic of your sigma 70-300 attached to your camera, both completely extended and completely not would you? Thanks!
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Re: Sensor dust

does it appear on images?

if it shows at the top of the image then it's at the bottom of the sensor - I think?

have you taken the lens off and looked to see if you can see it - will need some way to trip the shutter (I think the d50 has a sensor clean setting in the menu?) be very careful, don't touch the mirror or anything inside with fingers or anything which could scratch,.

a kit to clean the sensor can be done for less than 10 quid,. it does require some patience and reading up a bit on technique and things to avoid etc..

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Re: Sensor dust

It is indeed on the bottom of the sensor. I just checked. It's a tiny little hair, like the billions of those that you get in my house. Gah, annoying. Might try and get some cleany or something at Jessops.
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Mark, a little off the subject, you wouldn't mind showing me a pic of your sigma 70-300 attached to your camera, both completely extended and completely not would you? Thanks!
Done. Link only here (as not a very exciting picture!)
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Ive have removed hair before on the sensor by selecting a really fast shutter speed and fast drive setting then waving the camera about whilst firing the shutter. Looked like a total lunatic, (nothing new there then) But it did work, if the hair is loose and not stuck it may well dislodge it.
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Ive have removed hair before on the sensor by selecting a really fast shutter speed and fast drive setting then waving the camera about whilst firing the shutter. Looked like a total lunatic, (nothing new there then) But it did work, if the hair is loose and not stuck it may well dislodge it.
Drive setting? If I work out what that is I might well try that.


ALSO: THANKS ALOT TO MARK!!! Exactly what I wanted...now for the Tamron
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Ive have removed hair before on the sensor by selecting a really fast shutter speed and fast drive setting then waving the camera about whilst firing the shutter. Looked like a total lunatic, (nothing new there then) But it did work, if the hair is loose and not stuck it may well dislodge it.
Definitely one for the book of "I Know Someone Who....."

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ALSO: THANKS ALOT TO MARK!!! Exactly what I wanted...now for the Tamron
Tamron? Tamron? If I'd have known, I'd have sulked and not done it!
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Tamron? Tamron? If I'd have known, I'd have sulked and not done it!
Oh come on Mark! I need to decide between the two. The image quality is seeming more and more negligable, as they seem so close it's ridiculous. It's just the aesthetics I'm a little concerned with (unless you can convince me otherwise in terms of quality), the sigma just looks a little.....weird.
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Don't buy a can of Jessops clean aer! I used that once with a brush, & although I blew it through to get rid of any moisture before blowing the brush with it, it left horrible marks on my sensor that I had to clean off, it took ages.
I use intemos swabs & liquid.
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Weird? Go on pile on the insults! Its's the macro which lengthens it considerably

Nah, no idea which is better but you decide Sigma, it's well worth getting the APO version (I didn't, but then I'm cheap - but do regret it!)

Sarah, you really shouldn't blow compressed air directly into camera! Aside from dislodging all the other dust (which immediately settles on the sensor!) you will risk getting condensation (as you found)

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Yeah...I can imagine, we're not supposed to care about aesthetics are we?

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I will be, even I can afford that!!!! (Don't even try it, that was not another insult)

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Blew it on the brush to charge it Mark, not the sensor, as per the instructions, it made the brush wet & the marks it left were like sticky see through concrete! Had to clean it off with a clean damp lens cloth wrapped round a brush, followed by a dry cloth round a brush. Not recommended, but it was a Sunday afternoon & I had nothing else to hand & wanted to get it off before it dried on further. I worked fine, but I did learn my lesson not to use that stuff again. I just stick to the clone tool, the spot healing tool and intemos when too much.



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Blew it on the brush to charge it Mark, not the sensor, as per the instructions, it made the brush wet & the marks it left were like sticky see through concrete!
Ahh, know what you mean! I use a SensorBrush and compressed air and I've found that if I have air can plastic tube too close to brush it will wet it. Move it further away and it's OK.

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The last time I cleaned mine, I took it over to Andy's factory & had a look at the sensor under a microscope they use for electronic components as I thought I would be able to see the dust better & wow, was that a shock, nearly drove myself mad trying to get every speck until I thought, hang on, it's only the big ones that show up. It was interesting to see just how much muck was on it though.

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An aside re aerosol blowers:

Many, many years ago when I was a freelance assistant in London (they hadn't caught Jack the Ripper at that point I seem to remember) I was hired by a still-life guy for a shoot involving electrical goods, mainly kettles and toasters. As is fairly common, the items were pre-production mock-ups and all the lettering/numbers/markings had been meticulously put on by hand with Letraset by the Art Director prior to the shoot. The first shot was to be a group setup of several things (it is normal to get the group shot done then singles). Most studios in those days used canned air by the ton for blowing dust off just prior to exposing the film. Well, the photographer told me to do just that. One blast of the stuff sent all the carefully done Letraset flying thru the air in an alphabet cloud. Needless to say the AD blew his top and the photographer was none too happy. Lesson learnt! Had a good laugh about it later in the pub (also normal studio behaviour) but I didn't enjoy the two hours it took to put the Letraset back on.
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ROFL, and I bet you have never touched Alphabetti Spaghetti since eh Les?
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Too right Rob, I usually end up with that down the front of my, usually just on, shirt!
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