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temporary fix for blurred image. camera lens cover scratching. etc

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Talent
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temporary fix for blurred image. camera lens cover scratching. etc

Like you, I was also suffering from blurred images, faded images and focusing problem in my xsp due to the scratches on my camera lense cover. Actually it is not the scratches on your camera glass. But those scratchess are made on a coating provided over the glass by Sony. That coating may peel off within few months. Today I cleaned the residues of that peeled off coating by using a cloth and spray containing alcohol. Now the glass become clean. No scratch like appearances. And the camera focuses very sharply. No blurr. No fade. No focusing problem. Soooooo happy

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3U5RvOnR4UoTjhaVThJVktYY1k/edit?usp=docslist_api

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3U5RvOnR4UodFh1eWpzejJZQlU/edit?usp=docslist_api

Here are 2 pics taken after cleaning the lens cover. Take a look on its focusing
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Talent
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These are the pics described above.
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I used this method on my wife's Xperia SP, and I confirm it works!  After cleanning the lens, the picture captured by Xperia SP is totally different! (I just used my fingernail scratch on the lens for 2 mins)Slightly smiling Face

thank you so much!

Talent
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Me too scratched. But it become more ugly. After trying this method. All blurrs are disappeared
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hey my phone is new and i want to remove this ant reflex thing !! but i tried everything and i cant !! what can i do ?

Talent
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Re: temporary fix for blurred image. camera lens cover scratching. etc

Nothing to do now. Your camera will show its deseases after a couple of month. Then just wet the camera glass by a small drop of water and scatch it with your finger nail. Then wipe the water and rub the glass with a colth wetted by a spray or some alcohol.
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aha ok ! thank you so much !! so i should just wait!!

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This really fixed my issues with the camera. I started thinking it was the latest firmware's fault for the horrible blurred and white oversaturation. I have a LensPen for my DSLR and will use it every now and then to keep the lens clean.

Thanks again for the tip.