Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding ways to clean a camera sensor, part of Photo Gear Weekly.
- In this episode of Photo Gear Weekly,…we are visiting Camera Doctor in New York City,…which is a treat, I have to tell you.…There are countless old and new cameras,…I'm especially drawn to the old cameras here,…some really interesting stuff, cameras that I've rarely seen…and definitely never been able to shoot with,…so I want to check those out,…but first, we want to talk about sensor cleaning.…I'm sure you've had experiences where you get…a spot of dust, a little water mark…or something on your sensor and every single photo…has that spot in the same area, it can be very annoying,…aggravating, actually.…
Now many of today's cameras have automatic sensor cleaning.…Quite frankly, that's not going to do a lot…for the more troublesome issues.…When the dust is dry and it's just settled on the sensor,…no problem, it'll shake right off.…But as soon as there's some moisture involved, any humidity,…that's going to stick and it's going to stay stuck.…So I've got Matt here, a camera doctor,…and he's going to help us better understand…
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