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asked by JJ on June 11, 2008
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Avoid sticking anything inside the camera (mechanical or chemical) if at all possible. Dust can usually be removed with a "Giottos Rocket Air Blaster", which costs $10 here at http://amazon.com. Note that dust on your mirror should not appear on your photos since the mirror is a different light path from the image sensor. Try locking up the mirror and blasting some air underneath it to remove dust from your sensor.
l2 answered on June 16, 2008
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JJ answered on June 17, 2008
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When looking through camera I see dust particales or fibers. Ive used my the hand air tool you squeeze but ive used that lense tissue and maybe I shouldnt but i bought the kit and i thought it was for the inside as well. How do I get it all out i hate seeing it while i take photos nothign really shows up on photos but its just the site and thought.....
Kelly Brown answered on September 17, 2011
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can you clean the mirror on a d40x
Mark W. Johnson answered on October 18, 2011
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