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As I convert my raw files from the 2 cameras which I used the last few weeks, I found images from both sensors with visible "unwanted passengers" (I'm assuming dust) I usually clean my sensors at home using the air and vacuum power of green clean, but while travelling (esp. involving flying) I never bring along this cleaning system. I would like to try other sensor cleaning method while on the go.
Please share with me your best approach regarding cleaning method (other than rocket air blaster, I have the impression that I am blowing-in more dust into the camera body when used in dry dusty area)
There are so many in the market. Which one should I get?
I was in Brazil for a little over 3 week... in Blog EN May 28, 2012, 20:18
I was in Brazil for a little over 3 weeks. It was a fast paced travelling because between my assignments, I tried to squeezed in as many birding trips as possible. For the first time in my life I was actually birding with an ornithologist! Hundreds of lifers, and now dreamily staring at my monitor inspecting my own birds pictures. Most of them I can't even identify because my frantic scribbles and sketches after the shots was taken was actually really really lousy. Some bits I can't even read what I've written lol
If and when I find some acceptable bird pics from my hundreds of raw files, maybe after I quit chicken-up, I will try to upload for some comments and critics.
Frankly, I felt a bit lost in this new forum version. My third day today, logging in. Gosh, I'm glad I found this blog feature where I can broadcast my thoughts...well, the first step at least