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7100-No AA. Sensor cleaning?

ClickCardo

Upstate, US
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ClickCardo Silver Member Nikonian since 23rd Dec 2005
Sun 24-Feb-13 01:48 PM

With previous cameras there was a AA so everything landed on it not the sensor. When cleaning the "sensor" all your eclipse fluid, etc., went on the AA which gave me more confidence in my cleaning. Now without AA, cleaning the sensor everything lands on it directly, and I am not so confident that if I mess it up the repair bill won't be enormous. Yes, I know, nobody should clean a sensor who might mess it up once, but is that realistic?

Richard

walkerr

Colorado Springs, US
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#1. "RE: 7100-No AA. Sensor cleaning?" | In response to Reply # 0

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Sun 24-Feb-13 12:51 PM

There is still a protective cover over the sensor, so there are no differences in cleaning it.

Rick Walker

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ClickCardo

Upstate, US
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#2. "RE: 7100-No AA. Sensor cleaning?" | In response to Reply # 1

ClickCardo Silver Member Nikonian since 23rd Dec 2005
Sun 24-Feb-13 01:32 PM

Thanks Rick

It puts that concern to rest.

Richard

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