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Sensor Cleaning


clickdog 12 84
31 Aug 2009 10:24AM
No body mentioned yacht varnish, after giving the sensor a good old clean with any or all of the above options, a few coats of yacht varnish will keep most types of dust off....and......you can confidently change lense in a rowing boat in a storm knowing your precious sensor is safe,
for artistic effects Sadolin do a wonderful range of tinted colours.

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User_Removed 13 2.2k 3 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2009 11:17AM

Quote:No body mentioned yacht varnish


I find a fairly well-worn wood chisel excellent for removing the most stubborn bits of crud from the sensor in my camera.
joolsb 15 27.1k 38 Switzerland
31 Aug 2009 1:23PM
I just use a Brillo pad.
Just Jas Plus
18 26.3k 1 England
31 Aug 2009 1:29PM

Quote:...for artistic effects Sadolin do a wonderful range of tinted colours.


For a warmer image use 'Thermogen'. Wink
cathal 15 492 4 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2009 1:47PM
Working in the motor trade, I find some rubbing compound is great. However, for the really stubborn dirt, I find alloy wheel cleaner which is mildly acidic fabulous.

Also, a quick squirt of brake cleaner works a treat on lenses!
Just Jas Plus
18 26.3k 1 England
31 Aug 2009 8:24PM

Quote:Also, a quick squirt of brake cleaner works a treat on lenses!


Improves stopping power? Wink

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