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Thread: Cleaning DSLR's Sensors.

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    Default Cleaning DSLR's Sensors.

    Anyone DIY or Send it to Manufacturer for Cleaning ???
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    Default Re: Cleaning DSLR's Sensors.

    Have cleaned my S2 several times now. Pretty scarey the first time but gets easy after that.. Each camera is a bit different, but here is a great how-to by Thom Hogan
    http://www.bythom.com/cleaning.htm

    Mike



    Originally posted by PentiumPC
    Anyone DIY or Send it to Manufacturer for Cleaning ???

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    Default Re: Re: Cleaning DSLR's Sensors.

    what kind of cleaning pad are u using ???

    TIA

    Originally posted by Bedpan
    Have cleaned my S2 several times now. Pretty scarey the first time but gets easy after that.. Each camera is a bit different, but here is a great how-to by Thom Hogan
    http://www.bythom.com/cleaning.htm

    Mike



    Camera with no built-in flash, some lenses, some Lights.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/pentiumpc/

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    Default Re: Re: Re: Cleaning DSLR's Sensors.

    As recommend by Thom...

    Pec Pads, and Eclipse fluid from Cathay... $12 or so...

    Made a handle using a plastic spatula. Free..

    Works well.



    Originally posted by PentiumPC
    what kind of cleaning pad are u using ???

    TIA


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    thanks
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