Question about Canon EOS Rebel G 35mm SLR Camera
It's very unlikely to get hair inside the lense. You probably see the hair on the reflex mirror of your camera. Remove the lense, Check inside the camera body for any dirt, dust, hair etc. Take a blower-brush (you can get one from the nearest camera dealer) and gently blow-brush away any particles from the mirror and the cavity. DO NOT use any force and don't touch the curtain shutter as it can easily be damaged. Don't touch the insides of the camera with your fingers, since the grease from the fingertips attract dust. Replace the lense. The hair should be gone now.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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