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First time sensor clean & there's dust in my air.

kentak

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"RE: First time sensor clean & there's dust in my air."

kentak Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Jul 2010
Mon 10-Dec-12 06:33 PM | edited Mon 10-Dec-12 06:36 PM by kentak

I think we're being a wee bit obsessive about this issue.

There will always be dust in the air. But, to minimize the chances, don't clean near any source of draft, like a forced air heating duct. I suppose a room like a seldom used guest bedroom might have less stirred up dust than actively used rooms.

Really, relax.

I meant this as a reply to the OP, not Joseph. However, Joseph, do you really think it's a good idea to open up a camera in a steamy bathroom? I wouldn't.

Kent

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