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Suction for sensor cleaning?

four eighty sparky

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"RE: Suction for sensor cleaning?"

four eighty sparky Registered since 08th Apr 2011
Sun 05-May-13 06:51 PM

For the vast majority of cameras, you're really not dealing with the sensor. It's safely tucked under the low-pass filter, which is what you are going to be cleaning.

I don't know why a Rocket Blower would be any less desirable than a small vac.... both are simply using the movement of air to (hopefully) dislodge the debris. it's just a matter of the direction the air is flowing.

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