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"RE: Tons of Spots Fact of life!"

Richschiff Registered since 21st Oct 2012
Sun 21-Oct-12 04:35 AM

My new D600 came with dust and oil spots new from the factory. This has also happened to friend with D600/D800s and Canon 5DmIIIs.

I bought a FireFly ionizing blower and found that by cleaning the mirror and focusing screen and mirror housing and THEN cleaning the sensor the sensor stays clean...

This does NOT stop oil spotting which takes a wet clean with eclipse.

This is a hot, active topic! Tons of Spots [View all] , Bilbobwn2012 , Thu 27-Sep-12 07:51 AM
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