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Old 11-05-2013, 08:34   #1 (permalink)
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Well, I got the Visible Dust sensor brush cleaning fluid and the result was amazing. My Arctic Butterfly brush fibres have gone from grey, to a bgrilliant white! Mind you I still had to do a full "wet" clean on my sensor as the dust bunnie was stuck. However I used it on one of the other cameras to good effect, well worth the 10. for the fluid.
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i still prefer to send mine in to get cleaned that way its someone elses problem if they wreck it
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Well, I got the Visible Dust sensor brush cleaning fluid and the result was amazing. My Arctic Butterfly brush fibres have gone from grey, to a bgrilliant white! Mind you I still had to do a full "wet" clean on my sensor as the dust bunnie was stuck. However I used it on one of the other cameras to good effect, well worth the 10. for the fluid.
Thanks for this All useful info.
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See your point fiona, it is a delicate task. I have to use 3 sizes of swab, depending on the camera, (full frame, H frame and C frame) fortunately if its loose dust the butterfly sorts all of them.
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