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"RE: D600 wet cleaning"

James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004
Mon 11-Mar-13 03:53 PM | edited Mon 11-Mar-13 03:54 PM by James23p

If I had a place that was a Nikon authorized service center that did wet sensor cleaning I would continue to use them. I had to clean my D80 all the time and it was not fun nor was it hard I just never liked messing with the sensor. I just checked my D700 it has been amazing I have never had to wet clean it in 3 years and at F22 on a white field still no dust the in camera sensor cleaner on the D700 does the job and the one time I needed to clean it a rocket blower took care of the dust bunny. From what I understand Nikon USA has been cleaning the D600 for free but it does cost you shipping to and the time you lose your camera


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A general, generic topic D600 wet cleaning [View all] , DavidN4 Silver Member , Mon 11-Mar-13 10:57 AM
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