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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 12:59 am 
i've read your interesting workshop about this problem that maybe is underestimated by a lot of people. In my opinion it's becoming a great issue for pro photographers. Part of my job is working as a photoretoucher, so every day i see hundreds of photo that need post-processing, the 95% of them is strongly suffering from dust. I've tried Olympus E500 with Supersonic Wave Filter and i have to say that it works very very well, it simply does the job perfectly and the dust is no more an issue for Oly users. Hats off to Olympus.
Just another thing.
Fuji uses the problem of dust as a selling point for his sealed all-in-one s9000? well I have to tell the truth.. I have a s9000 that i really love but in my old s602 (which i loved too) one day appeared a hair on the sensor. There is a thread in the DPreview forum where dozens of similar cases are reported (not only fuji but every brands). So the sealing process is not so good and what should be an advantage of the all-in-one camera against interchangeable lenses in some cases could become a huge disadvantage because being impossible removing the lens (without a hard work) the hair is condemned to remain on the sensor and so in all your future photos!

Best Regards

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 1:08 am 
i've posted this thread here following a link at the end of the workshop but the 'Comments and feedback' forum doesn't seem to me properly indicated. The single brands ones aren't too. Why don't create a Workshop dedicated forum or an 'Open Talk' one?


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 16, 2005 7:03 pm 
I don't own a DSLR yet, but I have to think that the problem of dust has GOT to be less than what I see everytime I scan a 35mm slide :lol:

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