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How could I clean camera lens? The problem is I see a speck of dust in all my shots. Could I dismount the camera? Many thanks for your help.

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The lens does not come off of that camcorder easily. if the dust is on the outside just use a little windex (spray the cloth, not the lense) and wife in a circular motion. If the dust spot (maybe its not dust). is on the inside you will have to have the lens taken off by a professional.

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