Nikon Warranty Issues after Self Wet Cleaning the Sensor?

Started Feb 4, 2013 | Discussions thread
Click Click Rizzy
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500$ Price tag is wrong...
In reply to amobi, Feb 6, 2013

amobi wrote:

bryand7k wrote:

hmmm ...

CopperHill QuikStrips - QuikStrips for 18 mm. SensorSwipe$499.95

pretty pricey addidtion .. yikes. Glad i didn't buy the d600 ........... yet

After seeing the price I am now considering returning my D600. I just got my second D600 from BH two days ago and the sensor has about 10 visible oil spots.

It is shocking to see that some people are spending $500 on sensor cleaning. I have never ever have to clean sensor since years of shooting.

I don't know where the 500$ price tag came from.

Copperhill Images Basic Kit: $29.95 - $31.95

This Kit is the cornerstone of the "Copperhill" method. 
CONTENTS: 
1) 2 oz. bottle of Eclipse 
2) 100-pack of PecPads or 100-pack of QuikStrips 
3) Ready-to-use SensorSwipe (please select size) 
4) Written instructions and illustrations

Basic Kit w/SensorView: $39.95 - $41.95

This is the cornerstone kit of the CopperHill method plus the SensorView 
CONTENTS: 
1) 2 oz. bottle of Eclipse 
2) 100-pack of PecPads or 100-pack QuikStrips 
3) Ready-to-use SensorSwipe 
4) Written instructions and illustrations 
5) SensorView - a high quality magnifier to check for dust before and after cleaning

The costliest is the MEGA Kit: $89.95 - $91.95

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