Dust on the sensor
We've been waiting for the Olympus E-1 replacement (the E-3?) to buy a
digital SLR, since the horse photography we do is usually in dusty
environment and that company's solution to dust on the image sensor seems
to be the best (only?) solution. Then, we saw on the
http://www.dpreview.com/ review of the Canon 30D, "Much less of a 'dust
problem' than CCD-based digital SLRs (less static? distance to LPF?)," on
http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canoneos30d/page29.asp to be exact.
Can anybody confirm or deny this, since I haven't seen this information
any place else.
Steve . . .
Re: Dust on the sensor
You have a far better chance of avoiding dust issues if you use wide
apertures on good
lenses than by having to clean them all the time. A recent mag. test
indicated that at
wide apertures, some small dust images are basically invisible. Close
down the lens and
the dust image becomes far more visible. The only thing I've read (on
forum on dpreview) is that the 30D appears to have more noise than the
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