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clean the sensor 1 month 6 days ago #15406

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Yes online is disponible much guide/info/ecc..
I read all possible, anyone in this forum have proper system for cleaning ccd sensor ( in my case of two DSLR )?

I use:
optical wipes
pump canon

Not solving situation, have always specks of dust in sensor :(

Any suggestion?
Thanks.

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clean the sensor 1 month 5 days ago #15474

Hi pcxz,
I use "tesa" duct tape. Taping it on the coverglas using a q-tip to push it down and than pulling it of gives good results.
Use a tape that doesn't leave glue on the glas, test it before on a window!

Andreas

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clean the sensor 1 month 5 days ago #15493

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Thanks for your advice, use a tape it seems excessive :)
Sure he does not leave glue on the sensor?
Bye.

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clean the sensor 1 month 4 days ago #15524

Never had a problem with glue. I do the same with my lenses, front and back, too.
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clean the sensor 2 weeks 2 days ago #16081

Tesa Duct Tape. I found Tesa's website and looked at photos. The "blue" colored tape jumped at me. It looks similar to what we in the U.S. call "painter's tape". I am familiar with it when I paint. You place it over a surface to protect it from fresh paint that is applied nearby. The tape is designed to be easily peeled off without damaging the underlying surface. I have never had a problem with a sticky residue.

I hope that this is the answer to my dust problem. I have had my new camera for only about three weeks, and the accumulation of dust on the IR-cut window destroyed my session last night.

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clean the sensor 2 weeks 2 days ago #16084

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clean the sensor 2 weeks 2 days ago #16087

Vielen Dank, Andreas!

Here is the English site for that product: www.tesa.com/consumer/tesafilm-crystal-clear.html#

I am surprised that it says: "Strong adhesion".
Are you not concerned that it will grab your sensor and not give it back? :-)

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clean the sensor 1 week 6 days ago #16178

Has anyone tried Sensor Gel Stick ?

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