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mpage

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"RE: D600 Arrived"

mpage Registered since 29th Jun 2004
Tue 04-Dec-12 04:51 AM | edited Tue 04-Dec-12 05:23 AM by mpage

I am most happy to report that there was only one very small spec of dust near the edge of the sensor. A few blast of air from the rocket blower seemed to take care of it. I don't believe this particle was large enough to have been visible in an image.

I plan on getting the new version of the FireFly sensor cleaner to use as my primary sensor cleaning tool. It appears, according to the reviews, to work better than the VisibleDust Zeeion blower:

http://www.nrdfirefly.com/default.aspx

With any luck I may not need to touch the sensor with anything more than a blast of ionized air to keep it clean.

-Mark-

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