Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
It's not a fungal on the lens coz the problem occured with different lens.
Shoot a white wall - this is the best way to identify and localize dust.
Check here for special brushes to clean the sensor
if you are uncomfortable doing this, have it done - pro photo shops offer this service.
It is tempting to touch, blow, use compressed air - DON'T if you like your camera.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
You probably have some dust on the cameras sensor.
There are a couple of sample images of what this looks like here and here.
Dust spots typically have a softish edge to them and affect more than 1 pixel. (if it is just the 1 pixel affected, with a very sharp edge, this could be a defective sensor).
Follow the instructions in the manual for cleaning the sensor. Avoid touching the sensor (unless it is with a specialist sensor cleaning brush) and avoid cans of compressed air; use a hand-blower brush instead.
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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