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Cleaning Digital Camera Image Sensors

Do you have marks on your digital images that you can't get rid of by cleaning your lens? One of the reasons for such smudges, blotches and blobs could be dust, little hairs or marks on your Image Sensors. It might be time to clean them. Some camera repairers offer image sensor cleaning services, but many find a do it yourself approach cheaper and more effective.

Cleaning Image Sensors is a delicate job that should be approached with real care. There are a variety of opinions on how to clean them so do some research first. Following are some of the best tips on the web on cleaning your image sensors.

This post is part of a larger article on Digital Camera Care Tips. Get weekly Digital Photography Tips like this via email for free

This post is part of a larger article on Digital Camera Care Tips

Check out some of our other Digital Camera Tips:
- Digital Photography Composition 101
- Night and Low Light Digital Photography Tips
- Macro Digital Photography Tips
- Taking Images with Camera Phones Tips
- Depth of Field Tips
- Introduction to Photoblogging and Moblogging
- How to Choose a Digital Camera
- Histogram Tips

Posted by Darren in our Tips category on May 20, 2004