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Are there any methods to attempt to remove dust on a sensor of a camera like a Coolpix where you cant access the sensor?

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When I bought the D850, I mounted it to the 600 ƒ4
for mainly wildlife works but others too — to never be
unmounted but for a higher MP body that will replace
it. Until then, you and I are having almost a perfect as-
surance of a clean sensor.

If so, how did you ever manage to get a dirty sensor or
is this just a rhetoric question?



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Nikon Shooter, the Coolpixes don't have useful seals and their zoom lenses are dust pumps.

 

Time for a CLA, I think.



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Coolpixes don't have useful seals and their zoom lenses are dust pumps.


Darn… should have thought of that, thanks Peter!