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Dealing with a dusty sensor on a Canon 60D

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#21 Colblimp

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I clean my sensors myself and was scared at first but now it's easy.  I made the mistake at first of pressing the swab very lightly on the sensor, which isn't what you want to do. I now press firmly, but not too hard, and I can usually get them clean at the first attempt.


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