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It seems not so crucial as with my former M‘s, but is there any good experience how to clean the sensor?

thanks in advance for help

philipp

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6 minutes ago, PDP said:

It seems not so crucial as with my former M‘s, but is there any good experience how to clean the sensor?

Oh there are hundreds of posts concerning sensor cleaning. Our forum Search should help.

I exit this subject with the admission that I never cleaned a sensor, nor have I sent a corrosive M9 sensor back to Leica. Ask why; be prepared to be disgusted or enlightened.

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I used to go all complicated with rocket blowers, butterflies, sensor swabs, Eclipse, what have you. Nowadays I just give the sensor a simple squirt with a blower to dislodge loose dust and a quick stamp with the Eyelead lollipop (Sony type) and my sensors are clean. Whenever I get a dust spot, there is the content aware healing tool in Photoshop CC for a one-click repair.

You can drive yourself all paranoid with dust and sensor cleaning - don't.

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