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    How to check and clean your sensor

    Here is a area to post your how to check and clean your sensors. Post your favorite equipment and method. You Tube links that have helped you.


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    Re: How to check and clean your sensor

    This is the system that I use for my lens's and sensors.

    https://www.lenspen.com/

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    Re: How to check and clean your sensor

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Murray View Post
    This is the system that I use for my lens's and sensors.

    https://www.lenspen.com/
    Ummm...LensPens are for cleaning lenses, not sensors.
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    Re: How to check and clean your sensor

    How to check and clean your sensor
    Quote Originally Posted by fotojack View Post
    Ummm...LensPens are for cleaning lenses, not sensors.
    Actually they do sensors aswell.

    How to check and clean your sensor-screenshot-2013-12-24-03.44.12.png


    I use this one.
    How to check and clean your sensor-screenshot-2013-12-24-03.47.47.png
    Last edited by Scott Murray; 12-23-2013 at 07:20 PM.

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    Re: How to check and clean your sensor

    Ummm...no. Notice the ad...it says Sensorklear, not LensPen. Different kind of pen. It's made by LensPen, but the LensPen itself is NOT for cleaning sensors.


    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Murray View Post
    Actually they do sensors as well.

    How to check and clean your sensor-screenshot-2013-12-24-03.44.12.png I use this one. How to check and clean your sensor-screenshot-2013-12-24-03.47.47.png
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    Tamron AF 28-75 2.8

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    Re: How to check and clean your sensor

    Quote Originally Posted by fotojack View Post
    Ummm...no. Notice the ad...it says Sensorklear, not LensPen. Different kind of pen. It's made by LensPen, but the LensPen itself is NOT for cleaning sensors.
    Well its made by LensPen lol, its too early to be fussy lol But I get what you are saying.

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    Re: How to check and clean your sensor

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Murray View Post
    Well its made by LensPen lol, its too early to be fussy lol But I get what you are saying.
    hehehe...no worries, mate. Have a great Christmas.
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    All Nikkor lenses except where stated otherwise:
    35 1.8/ 50 1.8/ 18-105/ 18-55/70-300/ Tokina AT-X Pro SD 11-16 F2.8 (IF) DX
    Tamron AF 28-75 2.8

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    Re: How to check and clean your sensor

    Quote Originally Posted by fotojack View Post
    hehehe...no worries, mate. Have a great Christmas.
    You too mate.

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    Re: How to check and clean your sensor

    Step one, look at the face of your camera and look for markings that resemble D600. If you see it, then your sensor is dirty.


    I keed I keed.
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    Re: How to check and clean your sensor

    What is advised in regards to sensor cleaning? It's only yesterday after reading here I realized I too have some auto-sensor cleaning option.

    I did the in camera sensor photo and see nothing but squares so I guess that's ok. But is it best to only use the option when noticing spots or to use it daily?

    I normally have a "if it isn't broken, don't fix it" mentality but that could be contra-productive in this case.





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