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Encouraging dust news from LensRentals

bducker

Ottawa, CA
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bducker Registered since 31st Oct 2012
Fri 30-Nov-12 08:41 PM

I'm also glad to read that posting by LensRental, as I was starting to feel that perhaps I made a bad decision in upgrading from my D7000 - which also had oil spot sensor issues that were dealt with by Nikon. I think it is time that I invest in:

an Arctic Butterfly
a LensPen SensorKlean II and
a Dust-Aid silicone sensor stamp

...and of course, start getting more comfortable with dry sensor cleaning until this dust subsides. I never knew this would become an essential skill as a Nikon DSLR owner. I would have preferred to focus my attention on perfect exposure and good composition

A general, generic topic Encouraging dust news from LensRentals [View all] , kentak Silver Member , Fri 30-Nov-12 09:57 AM
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