Discussion in 'Sony Chat' started by 5872, Dec 25, 2008.
Thanks Mr Tim, but would this help ?
I can take the brush bit at the front off.
Frankly Mr Fred I can't say. The main point of the VD brushes (God, that sounds terrible - the porno robots will be crawling over this site tonight! ) is that they can be charged with static electricity, to which any dust particles on the sensor should be attracted. Whether that can be done with your blower brush is something you'd need to discover before trying.
My dad has orderd a kit, if it will make it all go is another story...
What a nice dad. Will he buy me one too?
hehe, its from ebay anyway which means I might have some more trouble. Be prepared for more help posts please.
Let's hope the previous owner didn't use it to brush stuff out his bum crack, eh!
Yeah, I am pretty sure (but It will probably end in tears) a blower, swab and sensor brush could get most of it off.
This is the profile, I turned it on and off about 6 times last night and some bits were gone, where they are now is a completely differnt story...
I love my DSC-R1
How do I get dust and bits off the viewfinder?, as I think I have broken that abit now, as it has bits on it and it also has a circle around the centre point which I think is not meant to be there.
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