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  1. #11
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    Re: Just scrathced my image sensor, Need some help.

    That's about the same price that companies that do IR conversion (which is essentially a filter stack replacement) charge for a conversion, so it's not really out of line when you think about what's involved in the process. For Nikon it's probably just easier to swap out the entire unit.


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  2. #12
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    Re: Just scrathced my image sensor, Need some help.

    Yeah. I saw on lifepixel the conversion, at the same price. On their site, they have a tutorial to do this,and from what I understand, they remove the first filter wich they describe as dust remover filter, ad then the hot mirror filter. They take this 2 out and put only the ir. Thats where a got the ideea to change the first filter, that i found on Ebay. But a i need to know for sure if that's the one.

  3. #13
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    Re: Just scrathced my image sensor, Need some help.

    Hello guys. I just repaired my camera. I bought the filter from ebay, and replaced the one that i scrathced. The only problem was, that the filter did not had a film on to protect it, and I had to clean it.
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  4. #14
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    Re: Just scrathced my image sensor, Need some help.

    steady hand, congratulations on the fix
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  5. #15
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    Re: Just scrathced my image sensor, Need some help.

    Quote Originally Posted by Crauciuc Valentin View Post
    Hello guys. I just repaired my camera. I bought the filter from ebay, and replaced the one that i scrathced. The only problem was, that the filter did not had a film on to protect it, and I had to clean it.
    Well done
    Mike

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