Very nice information and good summary; however, I would caution many here that fiddling with cleaning sensors is not for the average photographer.I spent some time with an authorized Nikon dealer in Atlanta and he went through the process of cleaning...While it appears to be simple..if you screw it up....you screw it up big-time !!!!My personal advice - take your camera to an authorized Nikon servcie center, pay the $40 or so, every couple of months and have it done professionally, if you have any doubts.As my tech told me....the price of a damaged sensor, far outweighs the savings of a DIY for the inexperienced.For lenses and general cleaning, blowing, etc....great info.....dc
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