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08/20/2006 12:51:55 AM · #1
Well... I saw some spots in my trip pics... so now I gotta clean my sensor...

How do you clean yours... ???
I tried using a blower... maybe I did it wrong... cause no spot had dissapear with the "spot check" trick....

plz help... cause I'm kinda stuck and nervous about that !!!
08/20/2006 01:02:05 AM · #2
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08/20/2006 01:23:11 PM · #3
Well i just buy this cleaning kit from this site to apply this method.

what u guys think...
08/20/2006 01:56:16 PM · #4
I made my own cleaning device. I took a 1/4th inch wooden dowel. cut a small piece of lens cleaning cloth and attached it to one end the dowel with a small piece of two way carpet tape. blow a little hot breath on the sensor and wipe it very lightly, But first use a blower to make sure there isn't anything in there that will cause scratches. So far it has worked every time that I have needed to clean the sensor.

08/20/2006 02:09:59 PM · #5
The Copperhill method is very popular, and it works great. It's really much easier than they make it sound.
08/20/2006 02:29:03 PM · #6
I use the Copperhill method too, but everyone should beware this cautionary tale. Clean, but be careful.
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