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U don't touch CCD contact near service center this is simple repairable

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All of a sudden, i see a dark black spot in the camera lens / picture... the spot appears on all the pictures. Please suggest fix.


Hiyour unit has dust a particle in front of image sensor surface (ccd unit). you or someone else must had used to clean front of lens or side of barrel caused the particle got in. In order to remove that it need some sort of complete disassemble require. I recommend to bring your local repair shop. They would charge around $35 to 115 depend on what they want to charge.

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Chances are you have dust on the sensor.
Its unlikely that you will be able to clean this sensor on this camera manually.

However you could try using a simple rocket blower via the battery compartment, this may move the suspected dust particle.

To clean this sensor manually would be a risky job if not a camera technician.

Hope this helps

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this will give you the idea how to clean the lens and have lens cover which is available in market to protect it from dust
http://www.picturecorrect.com/photographytips/207/cleaning_camera_lens.htm

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It seems that there is some dust particle on the sensor. Try cleaning the sensor as per the instructions in the manual and then check. In case the spot still appears, then the CMOS sensor might be damaged / burned out and you will need to replace it.

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Grey "dust spots" on screen and on pictures


Hi,

on the surface of the CCD, that's a picture sensor chip, inside the zoomunit there will some contamination such as dust or an other particle
The ccd surface must be cleaned by an camera repair center

regards Rob NL

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Hair and particles on pictures-not on lens or mirror-on sensor


You must have dusty mirror box area. Here is what you should do. 1. Remove lens from the body. 2. Blow out any dust from the mirror box area using can duster (careful not to spew out liquid). 3. go to menu and select mirror up or ccd clean mode. You can also set at manual shutter speed "B" and hold up the mirror. 4. Blow out dusts over the CCD sensor (Do Not Use can air! If any liquid sprayed on CCD the cleaning gets worse) so use Hand-squeezee air bulb. You can purchase one from any camera stores.) 5. test shots and repeat. 6. If this procedure did not resolve the removal of the dust, you can purchase a cleaning solution package and try it. I do not recommend it becasue our techs get lots of cleaning requests from these package. Remember, if you are using these solution, 1. Never give any pressure to the screen, just tissuie touch pressure only. 2. move circular motion as you mouth blow the air as you move. complete the motion exiting through the corner of the screen. Did not work? send it to repair techinician! Our tech cleans it for $49. 24 hour turn around and also checks the camera too. Good Luck

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In all probabilities, the lens barrel must have tilted, preventing the lens from retracting into the barrel. It could also be possible that some dust particles got stuck in between the segments of the lens barrel. Check for these. Try to straighten the barrel without using much force, and try to remove any dust particle that got stuck between the segments.

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Dust inside my d200


The view finder and focusing screen are separate from the CCD sensor. The mirror reflects the image to the view finder until you take a picture. Then the mirror goes up, the shutter opens to expose the CCD to capture the image.

If you have a lot of dust, you should look into a cleaning kit, or have it professionally cleaned. This will show up on your images as white and/or black specks.

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To clean the sensor on the K100D . . .

1) Turn the camera on.
2) Press the "Menu" button.
3) Press the right arrow to the "Set-up" tab.
4) Press the down arrow to the "Sensor Cleaning" item on list.
5) Press the right arrow & follow the on-screen instructions.

And don't touch the sensor with anything. (You will damage the sensor).
And don't blow on the sensor. (You will get your spit on the sensor).
I used one of those old rubber blow bulbs that people used to clean their lenses with before the Lens Pen came along.

Take care & Happing Imaging!
Glen
:)


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Black particles on focusingscreen


If the specks are just on your viewfinder focussing screen, they won't be on your pics. If they're on both your pics and focussing screen, you need to find someone else to clean your camera. Cleaning either your CCD sensor or your screen yourself can leave scratches. Changing lenses often can suck dust into the inside if the body is dusty. Try another repair shop for thorough cleaning - it shouldn't cost more than $50.

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