On the D800 what is the best way to
#1. "RE: On the D800 what is the best way to" | In response to Reply # 0ericbowles Nikonian since 25th Nov 2005Sat 28-Apr-12 02:10 PM
A wet cleaning done yourself or with service is the best approach. If you really have oil spots on a D800 I'd probably send it to Nikon for service. That is likely not a problem which will clear up after a single cleaning and will continue to be a problem.
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#2. "RE: On the D800 what is the best way to" | In response to Reply # 0klrbee25 Nikonian since 03rd Jun 2006Sat 28-Apr-12 05:26 PM | edited Sat 28-Apr-12 05:26 PM by klrbee25
I'd give it a good cleaning with a Copper Hills cleaning kit. One of the most 'enabling' things I've bought considering I can get a squeaky clean sensor without giving up my camera for a week or more. I don't fear dust on the sensor at all anymore.
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#3. "RE: On the D800 what is the best way to" | In response to Reply # 0SRoss43 Registered since 10th Apr 2012Sun 29-Apr-12 04:16 AM
30W or 40W? When I get oil on my garage floor, cat littler works wonders. You may not want to do that to your sensor, though. Nor, inspire a cat to do the wrong thing.