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Feb 04, 2019 15:23 as a reply to  @ post 18804706 |  #1261

Thank you. I ordered a Rocket Blower and will also remember to be careful.


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Feb 04, 2019 15:33 |  #1262

idsurfer wrote in post #18804706 (external link)
Spot removal tool in LR! ;-)a

I change lenses outside all the time. I'm pretty careful if it's windy and a bunch of stuff is flying around. That said, I've never cleaned my sensor with anything other than a rocket blower. I think it's pretty clean. Maybe I'll go check right now!

Funny you say that because after Bob's post I went and check mine to see how bad it was and it was dust free for once.


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Mar 17, 2019 14:52 |  #1263

I learned early on Rocket Blowers are a must-have in the bag. I learned to clean sensors because of my 5D classic, but as it's been stated, My A7rii can attract dust like any other camera. I have never had to clean the sensor on my A7rii, the rocket blower keeps it dust free and I change lenses in my vehicle to avoid the wind and dust.



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Mar 18, 2019 16:20 |  #1264

Sir, your camera has built in sensor clean functionality. Try that first. Then rocket blower then wet cleaning only if needed.


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Mar 18, 2019 18:43 |  #1265

mzondeki wrote in post #18830972 (external link)
Sir, your camera has built in sensor clean functionality. Try that first. Then rocket blower then wet cleaning only if needed.

Sure, but where's the fun in that??? ;-)a



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Oct 02, 2019 12:11 |  #1267

The A7rII is still a great landscape camera.


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Oct 02, 2019 12:53 |  #1268

peteg1 wrote in post #18937155 (external link)
The A7rII is still a great landscape camera.


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Dec 04, 2019 10:02 |  #1269

Finally sold mine for the R4. I loved this camera so much but it was time.




  
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