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Old 23rd May 2009, 20:04   #76
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This is what the odo showed upon return. So entire trip was just shy of 1250 kms !!!
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Avi, just see the blue sky in all the pictures and observe the left hand top corners you will find 3-4 round spots, this is visble in the horse pictures and others also.
Phew - I thought that those spots were dirt on my screen!

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Phew - I thought that those spots were dirt on my screen!

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I need to know seriously rectify the sensor. Someone please let me know what is to be done?
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As promised, a teaser from Bhandardara
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I need to know seriously rectify the sensor. Someone please let me know what is to be done?
Mobike i do not know how to clean the sensors of your camera.

But i guess remove the lens and clean the inside and outside of the lens that should solve the problem.
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Mobike i do not know how to clean the sensors of your camera.

But i guess remove the lens and clean the inside and outside of the lens that should solve the problem.
Thanks Gowda, but what you describe is just lens cleaning and if i understand correctly not applies for sensor cleaning. Probably ask some of the photo gurus.

@Anurag, that place looks totally enchanting. Can you describe a bit more about it? How far, what is its speciality etc?
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Mobike i guess this should solve your problem in cleaning the sensore, please follow the instructions for doing -

Sensor Cleaning News - Cleaning Digital Cameras - D-SLR Sensor Cleaning.
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Mobike i guess this should solve your problem in cleaning the sensore, please follow the instructions for doing -

Sensor Cleaning News - Cleaning Digital Cameras - D-SLR Sensor Cleaning.
Thanks Gowda, will check that out soon
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Thanks Gowda, will check that out soon
If you are using Canon EOS D60 - Please check the Page No - 115 on your manual, there they have showed you what needs to be done when a foreign object is found on the sensors
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If you are using Canon EOS D60 - Please check the Page No - 115 on your manual, there they have showed you what needs to be done when a foreign object is found on the sensors
I have a Nikon D40X !!!
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I have a Nikon D40X !!!
Avi, a simple Google search will help you here!
do it with care though!
a sample link I found - Nikon D40X Dust (or something) on all pictures - Photo.net Digital Cameras Forum
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@Anurag, that place looks totally enchanting. Can you describe a bit more about it? How far, what is its speciality etc?
Bhandardara is a hill station in Maharashtra, somewhere near Nasik. Think it is about a 100 odd kms from Nasik. There is a dam (Wilson Dam), a lake (Arthur, IIRC) and spectacular views of Kalsubai, the highest peak in the Sahyadris. We went during the monsoons, the place was spectacularly green and wet. Combined it with a tasting tour to Sula Wineyards. Roads are good, but supposedly, it ain't cool during summers. Either way, it was not very crowded, and felt like off-the beaten track kinda place that we were looking for. There is a fort as well, though I don't remember visiting. Awesome place, specially in the monsoons. Green and chill. BTW, you can also trek the Kalsubai, though that might not be the best encouragement knowing Hyd TBHPians
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There is a fort as well, though I don't remember visiting.
not a single fort but group of forts.....harishchandragad, ratangad, alang, kulang, some more.

btw, nice pics of bhandardara.
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Bhandardara is a hill station in Maharashtra, somewhere near Nasik. Think it is about a 100 odd kms from Nasik. There is a dam (Wilson Dam), a lake (Arthur, IIRC) and spectacular views of Kalsubai, the highest peak in the Sahyadris. We went during the monsoons, the place was spectacularly green and wet. Combined it with a tasting tour to Sula Wineyards. Roads are good, but supposedly, it ain't cool during summers. Either way, it was not very crowded, and felt like off-the beaten track kinda place that we were looking for. There is a fort as well, though I don't remember visiting. Awesome place, specially in the monsoons. Green and chill. BTW, you can also trek the Kalsubai, though that might not be the best encouragement knowing Hyd TBHPians
That sounds quite interesting. Do you have some more pictures of this place? Is it easy to get accomodation? Distance from Hyderabad? Lay the full details dude.

Yes, your right, i am thinking if it ain't too far. Why not make it a destination for our monsoon drive.
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Why not make it a destination for our monsoon drive.
@mobike,
bhandardara is @ 200km away from pune on nasik side.
it is family monsoon destination.
you will see only raw nature and nothing more, no market, no hi fi hotels, nothing resembles to civilised world in general sense.
it is hot spot for trekking.
there are some basic resorts but best is mtdc resort. you can book it online.
other fun spot near by is malshej ghat. there is also single mtdc resort. malshej ghat is jam packed on week ends during monsoon.
if you deccan guys really want to do this, you can club it with shirdi.

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