Question about Canon PowerShot G2 Digital Camera
Hi; I'm getting a little whitish blur in my pictures. Same place every time. When I look at the lens (plastic cover, looking inside at aperture of lens) I see a couple largish specks of dust adhering to the inside of the lens. Is this the problem? Anyway I can 'blow it out' using canned air? Or can a local camera repair place (Canon dealer) take care of this? (If that's what's causing the blur in your opinion). thanks, John
If you have a SLR camera you can take your lense off and clean it.. I do not reccoment canned air because if you do not use it the right way liquid will come out. At best buy they have cleaning kits, and in their kit they have a little brush that you can squeeze regular air and brush off anything on the lense or around the lense, If you have a SLR camera you might have a built in cleaning option... SLR means Single Lense Reflex and this means your lense can come off/interchangable..
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