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Black specks in my s300 viewfinder

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cgesteland
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I went boating a while back and took my s300 along. The driver decided to dodge some waves and it got really windy aboard.

Once we were back on land I noticed tiny black specks in my viewfinder. Inside it. I don't really mind because I always use the LCD screen on the back, but am curious as to how the specks may have gotten in there.

Any insight will be greatly appreciated, thanks. :)

Post #1, Jun 11, 2002 21:31:02




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iandnor
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A bit strange. I wonder a bit of that black foam rubber they use inside the cameras to make them light tight has broken off.

I live in the tropics and can get mould in my lenses etc if they are not stored right. This can look like black specks.

No other ideas

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cgesteland
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Hmm... that's pretty interesting. I never would have thought of that. Thanks! I'll look into it.

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