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Mar 03, 2008 08:33 |  #1

After yesterday's shoot with my brand new 40D, I found that there is line going across all the images and this is quite visible where the background is white or blue.

Please advise me whether this is dust or something else ?

This is appearing irrespective of lens I use.

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Mar 03, 2008 08:49 |  #2

all those sports there prove one thing... you have one dirty sensor... use a blower and lenspen to clean it up a bit


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Mar 03, 2008 08:52 |  #3

rakesh,
Have you ever cleaned your sensor? ???
As it looks like a cleaning mark.


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Mar 03, 2008 08:54 as a reply to  @ John_B's post |  #4

thats one dirty sensor!

get a sensor-pen by a company called lenspen. they work great!


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Mar 03, 2008 08:54 as a reply to  @ John_B's post |  #5

That definitely appears to be a streak on your sensor, along with plenty of dust.


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Mar 03, 2008 08:58 |  #6

If your camera is brand new and you haven't tried to clean the sensor, I'd return it or get Canon to clean it up for you. That definitely shouldn't be like that on a brand new camera.

If it's not brand new and you've had it for a while, then maybe clean it yourself if you're game - but it will take more than a blower from the look of that smear.


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Mar 03, 2008 20:18 as a reply to  @ BogongBreeze's post |  #7

Hi All,

The camera is just 15 days old and I used it for first time this sunday.

Another question, as I bought it from Grey market, whether Canon will service it without charge.

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Mar 03, 2008 21:23 |  #8

question made simple, unless it's from canon in your country selling your box, they will not repair it for free


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Mar 03, 2008 21:44 |  #9

I agree...simply sensor dirt. Many come right out of the box packed with plenty of dust :) Get a blower and start there....if that doesn't give you satisfaction, do a search on here and you'll gain more knowledge than you could ever want about sensor cleaning. Good luck :)




  
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