Nikon D3X Sensor Debris

Nikon D3X Sensor Debris

Had a Nikon D3X handed to me today for a Sensor Clean, and it’s probably one of the dirtiest I have had the pleasure of cleaning to date, the debris was well and truly caked on, this one was not a job for the faint-hearted I have to say! :o)
View Large to see the dirt encountered.
If your not aware of how to check your sensor for dirt/debris then follow the instructions below…

Set your Camera up with an aperture of say f/18, set the lens to manual focus, and shoot a clean white background out of focus, view and magnify all areas of the picture on the Camera LCD or view large on a Computer to see any blemishes on the Sensor.

Depending on Lens Changes and the Environment I have been shooting in, I tend to Clean my Sensor once or twice a year as I’m a bit dust fussy! 😉

Oh and btw, this Camera is for sale, if anyone is interested then let me know and I’ll pass on the owners details.
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Posted by Nickerzzzzz – Thanks for stopping by 🙂 on 2018-02-07 19:43:46

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