Gary's tips are on point. Get a sensor loupe, AKA a light that shines LEDs on the sensor as you look at it through a magnifying glass. Makes cleaning much easier and saves a lot of time.
BTW, Hey Gary! I met you at the haybails at Infineon awhile ago for AFM racing.
On Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 11:45 AM, Gary Rather <[address removed]>
I spend a lot of time at the race track.
I change lenses quite often so I regularly need to remove the dust from sensor.
I tried a wet swab once "Never again will I do that"
Once I bought a "set of sensor brushes"
And a "Sensor Loupe" ?cleaning has been an easy process.
The brushes pick up the dust very well and easy.
Sweep once, check with loupe, ?sweep again , check with loupe
No more need for shooting the sky, and trying to check in the monitor
Now a "Dust Removal" ?process takes a few moments instead of many minutes like it used to.
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