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Old     (airwarrior04)      Join Date: Aug 2004       08-12-2006, 9:15 PM Reply   
When do you usually have to snd in a camera to get service what does it go off of the shutter clicks?

Old     (ridn9high)      Join Date: Feb 2004       08-12-2006, 10:01 PM Reply   

What's up man? Haven't talked to you in awhile. I take my Camera in once a year to be cleaned and checked out. I know "Ritz" does a good job on the thing.

You been riding much? I'm in the state again, shoot me an email.
Old     (dcervenka)      Join Date: Sep 2002       08-12-2006, 10:46 PM Reply   
I took my to a local camera shop. They cleaned and serviced it for $80..

The following is a detailed list of service performed (directly from their website).

Clean & Check

A routine Clean & Check is one of the most important things you can do for the proper care of your equipment. It insures that your gear will always be up and ready for the next shoot. We service both digital and traditional film equipment. The following is our routine checklist of what a Clean & Check covers.

- ASA/ISO Adjustment
- Exposure Compensation
- Self Timer- Hot Shoe
- PC Terminal
- Flash Synchronization
- Depth of Field Preview

- Modes
- Menus
- Program Dial
- Pressure Plate
- Film Path/Sensor
- Door Latch
- Foam Seals
- Viewfinder
- Mirror
- Focus Screen
- Mount/Body/Lens Cleaned

Standard Clean & Check has a 5 day turn-around and is only $49.99!

Sensor Cleaning

Yes! We do dSLR Sensor Cleaning. Service includes a "Clean Sensor Confirmation Print". Typical turn-around time is 24 hours
and is $49.99!

dSLR Package

Combine services and get both a Clean & Check and a Sensor Cleaning for only $79.99!
Old     (swami)      Join Date: Apr 2006       10-04-2006, 3:20 PM Reply   
I do my own sensor cleaning using :

I went from tons of spots, to a few spots, and when I have a few more minutes to swab it again, I'll get the rest of them. :-)

To see if you have dust spots on your CCD, go to AV (aperture priority) f/22 point at the blue sky (during the day!) and snap it, you'll see the spots on your sensor.


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