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Thread: Help needed from Gurus: Sensor marks after cleaining

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    Default Help needed from Gurus: Sensor marks after cleaining

    This is what i got after cleaning my cmos sensor with E2 solution and sensor swab.
    Does anyone know what is causing this and any remedy actions...?

    Thanks

    Nikonian!
    ~Jon's~

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    Default Re: Help needed from Gurus: Sensor marks after cleaining

    hmm maybe you don't do it rite?
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    Default Re: Help needed from Gurus: Sensor marks after cleaining

    Looks like you have missed a few dust specs and left 2 droplets.

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    Default Re: Help needed from Gurus: Sensor marks after cleaining

    Quote Originally Posted by metals99 View Post
    hmm maybe you don't do it rite?
    Duh, obviously something went wrong...that's why i am asking............
    Nikonian!
    ~Jon's~

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    Default Re: Help needed from Gurus: Sensor marks after cleaining

    Quote Originally Posted by Octarine View Post
    Looks like you have missed a few dust specs and left 2 droplets.
    oh please ignore the dust spots at the corner, i am more concerned with the "bubbles"

    This is a crop from the corner of the image....i have tried to re-wipe with another swab, but no difference, even went to the extent of wiping just over this corner....
    Nikonian!
    ~Jon's~

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    Default Re: Help needed from Gurus: Sensor marks after cleaining

    Time to bring it to Nikon. You may have wiped too hard.
    Alpha

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    Default Re: Help needed from Gurus: Sensor marks after cleaining

    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Time to bring it to Nikon. You may have wiped too hard.
    okie i realised i forgot that laterally its also inverted, so i was wiping the wrong side...

    tried cleaning the other side again the marks are gone............luckily...

    sorry folks ...false alarm...

    Definitely not a very fun thing to do..haha...
    Nikonian!
    ~Jon's~

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