|Quoting Speedbird128 (Thread starter):|
At what point does it become too much dust- is that when you see the specks on the shots??
|Quoting QANTAS077 (Reply 1):|
it's usually the dust on your camera sensor that's the problem when you review your images, my lens has a bit of dust on it and i have recently cleaned my sensor and i have no dust spots.
|Quoting Petertenthije (Reply 4):|
The reason the spots on a film/sensor show is because they are at the end point. The sensor can not "look around" it, and will therefor show it.
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