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Ian
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      08-29-2013
"rwalker" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Hainvg a dust problem, but not on the sensor. I've got dust on the
> focusing screen. I've tried blowing it off, but some appears to be
> held permanently in place by electrostatic forces, or glue or
> something. At any rate, I can't get it off. It's really just a
> distraction, not a problem, but it drives me crazy. Any suggestions?


Does the camera have an interchangeable screen? If it does then you could
remove it from the camera for cleaning.

Regards, Ian.


 
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