Question about Sony Ericsson Walkman W810i Cellular Phone
What I have found effective is to cut a small piece of screen protector. Put that on the lens.
Posted on Jun 13, 2014
I dont think a polishing can help much but try with any watch dealer to take a chance.
the ideal is to get the camera replaced but take an estimate to see if the cost is reasonbale to you.
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if you just got some sand "on" the glass then all you need is a lens brush (from any good camera stockists) to brush the sand off,
if you try to use a cloth all you will end up doing is scratching your lens, you can get some lens polishing drops to resolve small scratches. (also from good camera stockists)
you could try using an "AIR Spray" also.
If sand has managed to get into the zoom mechanism then this is a different matter and you will need get the lenses cleaned and polished, your good camera stockist may be able to do this for a fee.
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