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Cleaning D700 camera chamber


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"RE: Cleaning D700 camera chamber"

franco1968 Registered since 25th Dec 2012
Sat 23-Mar-13 08:01 PM

>I regularly clean the chamber walls using my Visible Dust
>Zeeion Blower while also trying to blow the dust of the
>sensor. It's the same idea of blowing out the dust from in the
>chamber, wherever it's located, that people have used for a
>long time, except the Zeeion Blower blows out air which works
>to neutralize the static surfact static, allowing it to be
>more effective than standard blowers like the Giottos Rocket
>Blower. You take the same precautions with the Zeeion, that
>you do with the Rocket, such as touching nothing in the camera
>with it.
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Not a big fan of blowing dust around in the camera. The Zeeion blower looks very interesting for everyday use i.e. blowing off the lens.
I think there is a bit of confusion on where I'm seeing the oil on the walls - I'm talking about the walls around the sensor when the mirror is up.


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