Sensor clean - Copper hill questions

Started Nov 6, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: You may not need a wet cleaning
In reply to Robin Casady, Nov 7, 2012

Robin Casady wrote:

winter1 wrote:

Hi Folks,

Despite owning my D700 for a number of years now I have never cleaned the sensor! Well I am guessing it's about time as there are a few (several) spots noticed when looking at a white wall pic at f14 (not in pics at normal f numbers though).

Since you have had the D700 for several years, it is probably not break-in oil. I found that a wet cleaning is not necessary unless there is oil. Read this page for an economic and effective method.

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Hi Robin,

Thanks for the info and link, very useful and saved for future ref.

To be honest I am not even sure I need to clean it as I do not see any problems at the f numbers I mainly use! There are a few dust bunnies there but not visible in any Photos so the "brush method" may well be all that is needed. It's just that I have had the D700 for so long now and never cleaned (brush or wet method) I feel maybe I should!!

I will certainly use the brush method first and see how we go from there.

Thanks for your help, much appreciated.

Regards, Mark (winter1)

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