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Junk on the image sensor.

How do I clean the image sensor surface in my digital SLR (Sony A350)

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  • mcqjohn Apr 19, 2009

    It's more than dust. It needs a physical cleaning.

  • mcqjohn Apr 19, 2009

    Ok spoke too quickly, that may solve my problem. Thanks.



  •  Robert K
    Robert K Feb 02, 2012

    Whatever you do.. DO NOT TOUCH THE CCD SENSOR. There is a menu to clean the sensor in the setup. The camera will buzz then turn off. With the lens off your looking at the raw unprotected CCD. Use a air bulb, hold the camera facing down and blow air onto the sensor. Don't do it real hard, but several times. If that doesn't remove the dust then you'll have to send it to sony to have it cleaned. The CCD is VERY easily damaged. Do the above at your own risk.

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