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"RE: D600 wet cleaning"

four eighty sparky Registered since 08th Apr 2011
Tue 12-Mar-13 12:14 PM

>Sorry to dis-agree...but, for $40 a couple of times a year,
>I'll take mine to a factory authorized dealer and have them do
>it....they have the equipment, the know-how and do it all day
>long....why risk a $2K body with your own, inexperienced
>hands...


Cleaning a sensor is as easy as putting air in your tires. Do you drive to your mechanic and pay to have him put air in your tires?

I am not in Georgia. That said, not everyone lives with a Nikon service center just down the street.

Also, service centers are not open 24/7. When I check my sensors for dust, if I find any they're clean withing 10 minutes.

And my hands are not experienced. I have cleaned my sensors untold number of times.

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