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How To Remove The Fixed Lens From The Olympus E-10 For Cleaning

My Olympus E-10 digital camera has a fleck of dust behind the attached lens. I need to know how to remove the lens for cleaning? Or how to remove the outer rim that protects the lenses from dust and scratches. I think this dust is a piece of something that must have been there before I bought it because I am not quite sure how it would get there. I have used a UV Filter to protect the outer lens and this piece of dust is behind the main attached lens on the camera. Can anyone tell me how to carefully remove or take apart the outer rim to insure no damage but to clean the partials from inside the camera? This causes a spot on all my photos that I have to remove each time with Photoshop. Not a big deal but now I am interested in selling my camera and accessories and I can't imagine someone would want to buy a camera with dust inside the main focus lens. Any advise would be more than helpful.

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The easy fix is to buy a new camera. Or trade up to Canon equipment that is easier to clean.

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Posted on Sep 16, 2008

  • vernon burkhart Apr 15, 2013

    I(,d like to know how to remove the lens not buy a new camera

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