New filter over CCD to clean instead of CCD
I read that the filter helps against moire (sp?) and keeps "stuff" from attaching to the CCD like dust. As a result, the filter is what you are cleaning and it is delicate.
Anyone else hear of this and any pre-ideas how to safely clean it?
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#2. "RE: New filter over CCD to clean instead of CCD" | In response to Reply # 1
#3. "RE: New filter over CCD to clean instead of CCD" | In response to Reply # 2vashooter Registered since 02nd Nov 2005Wed 02-Nov-05 04:12 PM
>Nikon marketing has turned a universal design detail for all
>Nikon DSLRs into a "feature" on the D200.
>Perhaps Nikon will finally advise users on a preferred
>cleaning procedure with the D200.
Amen to that.
Anything indicate if Nikon have improved the engineering of the sensor and filter to be less sucseptible to dust "attraction"?
That would be nice.
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