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frustrated with 80D

miketerndrup
Occasional Contributor

Just last month I sent my 80D to the Canon repair shop near me and I am already getting a dust spot on it and I follow all the steps too 

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Waddizzle
VIP

A camera cannot collect dust on the image sensor on its' own.  It needs some help.  

 

How often do you change your lens attached to the camera?  Do you change lenses indoors or outdoors?  Do you think your lenses are clean and free of dust and debris, too?

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"Doctor told me to get out and walk, so I bought a Canon."

miketerndrup
Occasional Contributor

I never change outdoor unless its at a baseball game and I try to clean my lense too 

Waddizzle
VIP

Do you have an air blower?  The "Rocket Blower" brand is popular.  You squeeze, and puff of air comes out that can blow away dirt and dust from an image sensor.  It is also effective with lenses.  Just remember to hold the camera so that any dust that gets dislodged by the blower will fall out of the camera, or a lens.

 

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"Doctor told me to get out and walk, so I bought a Canon."

miketerndrup
Occasional Contributor

I do that I do it for all my lens and camera body before I put them on