Dirty Sensors

This is a discussion on Dirty Sensors within the Film Photography Equipment forums, part of the FILM PHOTOGRAPHY FORUM category; Any thoughts on the best ways to clean off your digital sensor. I have been looking a lot into it lately and there seems to ...


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    Any thoughts on the best ways to clean off your digital sensor. I have been looking a lot into it lately and there seems to be a million answers out there. With summer upon us and pollens flying they seem to be seeping into my camera with every zoom of the lens.


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    Read this and you'll find a lot of good advice: http://www.photoforum.com/index.php?showtopic=9859
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    There was a ton of information in there. a lot about blowing the dust off... was reading on cannons sight about an new invention called the firefly... here is the link I was wondering what you all though about this as it is a bit different than anything that anyone talked about in that thread
    www.nrdfirefly.com

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    eeek have you seen the price!!!!!

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    Looking at that, I dont see how much better it would be compared to the other methods, Yes, you are not touching the filter over the sensor, but still... And for that price, thats rediculous. Ill stick with my sensor swabs, and possibly even a new brush


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