>Johnnie... Currently, I'm not as worried about the dust on >the sensor but a mirror cleaning is another issue (haven't >cleaned one in years). However, I'm glad the new D600 is on >its way and looking forward to it. I plan to do an >inspection, clean as necessary and do some test shots before >"Mrs Santa" wraps it. The D600 would have to be a >total mess before I would send it back to B&H. > >Best Regards, Dennis.
The dust on my D600 was visible in the blue sky and clouds at f8.. This is an aperture I use a lot.
I use a FireFly ionizing blower which was tested and found to produce 2500 times the ionizing charge of the blower you mentioned.
I am trying to find a body that is somewhat clean as it is rather hard to bring all of this cleaning equipment on the road... And if you don't change lenses ... You shouldn't have a camera that makes this necessary.