Aurora filters solve the Nikon Z dust issues?

Started Jul 16, 2019 | Discussions thread
Wahrsager Senior Member • Posts: 2,377
Dust isn’t an issue on Nikon Z

Sea Hunt 2 wrote:

Hi everyone,

Nikonrumors .com just published information of the new Aurora Aperture filters. For the users of the older Nikon lenses these adapters and filters can probably greatly reduce the sensor dust problems as a filter can permanently be placed in the adapter between the Nikon Z6/7 camera and the lens:

”Aurora Aperture AMF drop-in filters offer many advantages over traditional front mounted lens filters. Since a drop-in filter goes inside a mount adapter...”

One of the new filters is a sensor protector filter:

”PowerUVTM, a sensor protector filter to shield the camera sensor from contamination.”

Good news or what do you others think?

I’ve never had an issue with dust and I swap lenses daily in many environments from beach to trunk of car on a thoroughfare. In fact I prefer Z easy-access.  Putting a wet, felt probe into a tight, velvet-coated channel is a sometimes a dicey proposition in a DSLR.

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