A&P CCD Cleaning?

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  1. Drewski

    Drewski New Member

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    Are these spots on my CCD or lens? I'm alway cleaning my lens and lens uv filter but these spots are always there it seems, sometimes really hard to see, which makes me think its on the lens. But I've gone over my lens a million times and they just never seem to leave, and are always in the same spot.

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  2. wow, do you keep your camera under your bed?
     
  3. Hippy

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    ok ur gonna need a fire extinguisher.

    just put ur camer on bulb and do one blast right on the ccd
     
  4. Drewski

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    in its case, lens cap on in the coset
     
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    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    Shoot at f/22 at a white wall. If you see the spots at f/22 but not at 4.0, it's dust on the sensor.
     
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    thanks :bigthumb:

    its the ccd

    Can it be done yourself or is it better to have it professionally done?
     
  7. Drewski

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    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    It's pretty simple if you use a sensor brush. No point in paying someone else something that can be done in less than 5 minutes.
     
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    check and see if your camera has a cleaning mode or mirror up mode. this keeps the CCD powered down so its not statically charged. At this point it should be fairly easy to blow it off with a bulb. Make sure you have a fully charged battery as well.
     

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