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Sensor Cleaning--Not For the Faint Of Heart.

grizzly200

Solano County, California, US
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grizzly200 Registered since 18th Dec 2011
Sun 15-Jul-12 01:02 AM | edited Sun 15-Jul-12 01:04 AM by grizzly200

After two days with my D300, a Rocket Blower, and a Copper Hill Cleaning Kit, my sensor is spotless. Took 10 cleaning attempts before I was accomplished enough at the job to do it right.

The most important thing--get the fluid on both sides of the end of the cleaning strip.

I don't think I will ever make another picture of the sky!

It is amazing how something as small and innocent as a miniscule dust particle can start driving you crazy.

I have thought about the possibility of Krazy-Gluing my 50mm lens on permanently

James

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