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    Default Re: how to clean the cmos sensor when a blower doesnt work?

    Quote Originally Posted by smile_gerard View Post
    Tried using a micro fiber cloth and the blower... Didn't work for me.
    So I used an airbrush, lens paper and some solution that came with my dry cabinet... But thats because i took apart my d70 to convert to ir...
    Works just fine for me And its not exactly a ccd that your cleaning. Its just a filter. The real sensor is below it.
    That's becos u're just cleaning the low-pass filter.
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    Default Re: how to clean the cmos sensor when a blower doesnt work?

    For me, its the eclipse solution and pec pads.
    A bit nerve wrecking during the 1st few attempts, but you will get use to it and will apprec the spotless sensor.

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    Default Re: how to clean the cmos sensor when a blower doesnt work?

    Have a look for specific camera/solution recommendations: http://www.photosol.com/cameras_bymfg.html

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    So where do we buy this???

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    Default Re: how to clean the cmos sensor when a blower doesnt work?

    How about using this to see: link
    and this to clean: link


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    Default Re: how to clean the cmos sensor when a blower doesnt work?

    Of course, if all fails, please bring it to the service center.

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    If can get it might want to try.. but don't know where to get. And to complicate further, I am in NZ for another week, before back in SG...

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    cannot think of an actual "FREE" way to do it......I suggest spending approx $30 for a CopperHill Kit .........it is a wet cleaningsystem that many on here use.........
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