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I have a DSR 250 Video camera and there are dirty marks showing up on the monitor which appear to be coming fom the lense. I have cleaned the outside of the glass but they are still there possible from inside lense. How can I clean the inside?

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    David Williams Jun 23, 2014

    It is a Sony DSR 250 DVCAM

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If the outside of the lense get dirty, those small particles may prevent the lense from opening and closing 100% as nomal times. I had the same problem with my Sony. Here is what I did.

1- I cleaned the outside(sides not the lense itself) of the lense.
2- While turning the camera off, I press on the lense (up and down motion) NOT too hard for a few times untill it either retracted all the way inn or most of the way in. If most of the way in, press the lense a little harder untill it retracts 100%. If you turn it back on, it should work as normal unless some mechanical part of the lense is broken or dislocated. When it fully opens, clean up the outside of the lense and keep it always clean for normal operation.

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