some how i got tons spots on my sensor and need to clean it. but i can not see well with glass up close and do not have steady hands too. best option to clean or take to shop to clean
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Here's what Moose Peterson has to say: Nikon Z7 / Z6 Sensor Cleaning | Moose Peterson's Website
My take on the Moose post is that until we know more, use nothing more risky than a Rocket blower and follow Nikon's recommendation to let the insured pros handle electrostatic or wet cleaning.
One nice thing about the Z series cameras is that the mounting gimbal locks on power off, which will probably lead to some kind of DIY process when more people need to clean their sensors.
A cleaning mode or camera off is safest as the sensor is electrostatically charged when it is powered up.
until we know more
well thanks for the tips and i just recalled what caused the issue i thought it was dust spot or something wrong with camera. for got at time it was raining and caught all light or misting rain drops. do not know why i forgot about it or not. but so weird to recall that today. also fact saw so much pollen in air so made me do double check. then just recalled light to misting rain we had. just glad Z6 weather prof and gen 1 70-200mm nikon some what weather prof. also will take to local camera store in Orlando just west of Asia market colonial photo and hobby. which is best local camera store near me.