Question about Canon EOS-5D Digital Camera
Have these orbs showing up after using eclipse2 solution... inclined to think that it must be some of that factory lubricant i read about... am new to cleaning the sensor...was thinking of trying Smear Away solution...images appear as under exposed areas in shadows and darker areas in sky shot at f22...suicide is only slightly considered at this time...go ahead and push me over the edge...
Are you sure what's on the sensor isn't dust and not oil? Cleaning a sensor is a delicate operation though I've done it in the field where I had no options to save a shoot. If there is actual debris on the sensor and it cannot be CAREFULLY removed with a LIGHT, INDIRECT burst of air or a very clean, fine lens brush then I'd send it in to have it professionally clean. Canon has a fast turnaround time and pretty reasonable.
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: spots on images
spot is dust on the sensor. unfortunately, you will have to clean your sensor by yourself (it cost 30$ in a shop) There a fonction in the menu that up the mirror so you can access the sensor. very carefull. the pixel are so small that you can not see the dust but they are there!. caution, you need to put your body on a pod, have a good light to see what you make and some adapted items to clean the sensor. If not neede, avoid liquids. good luck and don't panic.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
A black shadow at the bottom of the image is usually the result of using a shutter speed that is beyond the max flash sync speed of your camera. The max sync speed of the 5D and 20D is 1/200th. In a studio setting with wireless triggers there can be additional latency. Try using a shutter speed of 1/125th and see if that clears it up. You may be able to push it a little higher as pocket wizards are very good wireless triggers but don't use a shutter speed above 1/200th.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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