I recently (well, a couple of days ago) cleaned the sensors on all 3 of our DSLRS (D700, D300 - mine; D200 hubby's). Used the Visible Dust Sensor loupe to check the sensor. Then the Kenair vacuum kit to get as much out as possible. Then sensor wipes with Eclipse solution - 2 drops each side of a wipe, wait till soaked in, then one pass with one side of the pad, another pass with the other side. Check with sensor loupe and repeat as necessary using a clean pad. Retain used pads so I can replace the pad part with PEC pads and save a bit of money (sensor cleaning pads can be quite expenisve here in the UK for some reason!). Repeat procedure with remaining 2 cameras. Job done!
PS: I really wouldn't recommend trying this as I did, after a glass or two (or maybe 3) of wine!
D4, D800, D600
It ain't so much the things we don't know that get us in trouble. It's the things we know that just ain't so.
Why is this thus? What is the reason of this thusness?