dust problem

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  1. aleksey123

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    hi, i was taking some video clips 2day and when i got home i was playing those clips on monitor i found out about those dots! and it looks like its dust i am not sure, can this be dead pixel or something? can someone plz help me!

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    UFOs?
     
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    yeah, i wish it was ufo , but its not. those dots appears in every video clips in same spot!!!! i really need someones help:(
     
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    Dust on your sensor. Takes about 5 minutes to clean :)
     
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    me cleaning my sensor not good idea lol , so you think its just dust? i guess il stop by camera store they do those sensors cleaning.
     
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    I am 99.8% certain it is just sensor dust. Probably bowing it off woudl totally take care of it.
     
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    i see, am goin to drop my camera at store tomorrow for sensor cleaning,,, thanks for help
     
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    Use a hand held air blower (not canned air) to blow off the sensor. You'll be able to remove 90% of the dust.

    Using a static brush or wet-cleaning the sensor isn't as dangerous as people lead you to believe. But do it at your own risk.
     

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