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Canon 5D and L lenses with dust mites

by martinhavana / November 7, 2009 5:24 PM PST

I have dust mites in the body of my camera and in my lenses.
How do i get the out?

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If it's the 5D mark I body,
by jump1127 / November 7, 2009 8:13 PM PST

I suggest that you take your camera to a nearby service center for a clean-up. Check and see how much it cost for the clean-up. Normally, it doesn't break your wallet. I don't suggest that you purchase any seperator dust spray; you may damage your camera unintentionally. Eventually, I carry my 2 EOS DSLR for cleaning up once in a few months or so. Good luck .

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In addition,
by jump1127 / November 7, 2009 8:15 PM PST

the dust inside the lense won't affect any shot picture, but the dusts inside the camera's sensor. You may clean up the protect lense filter with lense cleaning kits. Good luck.

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