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Sensor cleaning, deja vu all over again.

akers

Roseville, US
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akers Registered since 10th Aug 2004
Sun 10-Jun-12 12:18 AM

Sensor cleaning has been a topic a number of times on the Nikonians but new products and procedures pop up ever so often so ...

I would appreciate it if anyone out there would share their process and tools used for cleaning the D800 sensor. I spent a couple of days on a hot, windy airfield changing lenses a lot more than I wanted (I need a D800E for a second body.) As a result I have a couple of pieces of dust on the sensor.

As a sidebar, if the blemish on the image is at the top right of the photo is it in the same spot on the sensor? I seem to recall that in the olden days the optics inverted the image, so while the blemish may show at the top of the photo, the debris is actually on the bottom of the sensor.

Luv my D800!

Chuck

D800, D3s, 14-24, 24-70, 70-200 VRI and VRIIx2, 80-400 VR, Sigma 150-500.

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