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Dusty Sensor

Clean a Dusty Sensor – Simple Steps

Are you tired of finding dark, pesky spots on the photos? Those are dust specks on the camera sensor. However, you don’t need to worry; you¬†can clean the dust specks simply using these simple steps.

Dusty Sensor ruins pictures

 

Regardless of how careful you are, you will get a dusty sensor. I picked up a full article for you. For now, follow these simple steps to get rid of the dust:
  • Most new DSLR and Mirrorless cameras come with some “Sensor Cleaning” function.
  • Navigate through the camera menu, and you will find this function. By activating Sensor Cleaning, the camera shakes the sensor very rapidly to clean the dusty sensor.
  • If the Auto Sensor cleaning cannot get rid of the dust, you need to do it manually. All you need a large size air blower. DO NOT USE COMPRESSED AIR.

In the image below, you see how dust spots ruined the image.

Dusty Sensor Sucks!

Dusty Sensor
You can easily detects 3 dust spots in this image.

All photographers must clean the camera sensor. In the following article, I show you how simple it is to get rid of a dusty sensor.

Click the link below and select the “Monday Photo Tip” to learn more about the dusty sensor. In this article, I explain everything in detail and some pictures to show everything step by step.

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