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Spots on the inside of the lens

When I take pictures I keep getting little black spots on the screen like there is dust on the inside of the camera. What can I do?

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Probably some dirt / dust or something on the CCD. The camera has to be disassembled and the CCD taken off. Any local camera repair shop will do it.

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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