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D7100 wet cleaning

Leonard62

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Leonard62 Gold Member Awarded for excellent contributions and sharing his in-depth knowledge and experience with the community, especially of Nikkor Lenses Writer Ribbon awarded for his contributions to the Nikonians Resources articles library Nikonian since 15th Mar 2009
Mon 08-Apr-13 12:56 PM

First, you don't want to put any type of protector on the sensor filter.

I find that the camera bodies that have automatic sensor cleaning at startup/shutdown are less likely to require wet cleaning than cameras that don't. Just use a bulb blower from time to time to remove any dust that may accumulate in the mirror/sensor chamber. However you shouldn't be afraid of wet cleaning. The filter in front of the sensor is pretty hard.

Len

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