Question about Nikon N75 35mm SLR Camera
That depends on where in the viewfinder. If it's the reflex mirror, use a bulb blower to clean it. Don't touch it with anything, and down't use canned air. The underside of the viewscreen can be cleaned with a soft cloth or lens tissue moistened with ethanol or lens cleaner (be careful not to touch the mirror as you do this). The same with the eyepiece.
If it's in the penta-mirror system then it gets a lot harder. You'd have to take the top cover off the body to get to the penta-mirror. Before you try this yourself, consider this. Do you have the proper equipment to make sure everything is aligned properly when you put it back together? An unaligned viewfinder can drive you nuttier than a mere speck (believe me, I've had cameras like that).
If, after cleaning all the accessible sources, it's still driving you nuts, consider having a professional do the cleaning. It'll cost more, of course, but you're much likelier to have a working camera at the end of the process.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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