Photography podcast #80 talks about how to clean your DSLR camera’s sensor. It describes the wet technique and the dry technique and it’s not as scary as it seems. We also talk about how to clean your camera’s mirror as well as cleaning camera lenses and general camera care.
Links /resources mentioned in this podcast:
Original suggestion thread for this podcast from our photography forum
The visible dust website — Camera and camera sensor cleaning products
The Copperhill Method of sensor cleaning — They sell cleaning kits and products as well
SensorKlear by Lenspen demo on Youtube
Camera and camera sensor cleaning supplies at B&H
Lenspen SensorKlear to clean camera sensors at B&H
Air blower at B&H
March 2010’s Light and Shadow assignment on the Photography.ca forum
Hat tip to photographer Dominic Fuizzotto for his insight on sensor cleaning.
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