Question about Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm Lens
First try cleaning the front and back of the lens, as well as any filter you may have attached. If that doesn't improve things signifcantly, then you've got to clean the sensor.
Remove the lens. Make sure you have a fully charged battery (or the AC power supply connected) then select Mirror Lock-up from the menu. You can use a bulb blower (do NOT use canned compressed air) to clean out the mirror box. Do not touch the sensor (actually, the anti-alias filter) in the back.
There are swabs available from good camera shops for stubborn stuff.
If you're not comfortable touching the most sensitive and delicate component of your camera, take it in to a good camera shop and have it professionally cleaned.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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