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Question about D70 Digital Camera

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sensor. The lens and the lens mount are not airtight. Especially with zoom-lenses you pump air in and out of the lens and the chamber. It's also quite possible that the dust already was in the chamber

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Question about D70 Digital Camera with 18-50mm Lens

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wouldn't be visible because of the distance from the lens to the sensor. You probably can't see it, because the mirror is in the down position. You need to lock up the mirror and check the sensor area

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Question about D70 Digital Camera with 18-50mm Lens

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...ot "vignetting"? and the XTi has a large single plate CMOS sensor. Should I not consider this lens? The XTi does not have a "full-frame" sensor, so vignetting should not be a problem with this

Question about 35mm f/1.4L EF USM Autofocus Lens

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...sensor pad and is it worth the possible repair costs? Since the problem is limited to this lens, I highly doubt that you would have to replace the cameras AF sensors. Since you only have the problem ...

Question about 35mm f/1.4L EF USM Autofocus Lens

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...lens home position sensor?s output remains HIGH (actuated) for 10 seconds after the unit leaves the home position. - Possible Causes - · Defective lens home position sensor · Defective lens ...

Question about D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm lens

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...lens multiplier. The smaller sensor uses only the central portion of the image projected by the lens, in effect multiplying the focal length of the lens. In this case, a 100mm lens attached to a DX ...

Question about Rebel XT / EOS 350D Digital Camera

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...sensor look at and clean the front element of your lens or lenses, clean with the proper lens cloth don't use liquid lens cleaner instead just huff on the lens to create a little moisture and clean ...

Question about FT5832 Copier

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...returning to the home position. - Possible causes - · Lens vertical home position sensor defective · Lens vertical drive motor defective · DC power supply board defective (check

are cropped due to the smaller imaging area of the lens.In order to use the full image sensor area you need to use full-frame lenses. In the case of Sigma, this means lenses without the DC designation

blow dirt, dust *into* the workings of the lens where it moves in and out though. The sensor would be where the lens cap presses most likely. Just a thought as I have several cameras, but not this one

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