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08-06-2014, 06:42 PM   #1
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How you clean the Canon Mark 2 sensor and the lens

Don't worry, it's only a Canon....

Let's see, what can I say -
  • Definitely the last camera cleaning guide you'll need.
  • So is this the "wet-method" of cleaning the sensor?



08-06-2014, 07:02 PM   #2
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Obviously a pentax user cleaning his mates canon gear. Pay back for all the years of jibes about his pentax gear not being as good.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bob from Aus Quote
Obviously a pentax user cleaning his mates canon gear. Pay back for all the years of jibes about his pentax gear not being as good.
Payback for all the maimed K-mount lenses.
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Somebody is selling a Canon 5D Mark III water damaged on eBay!

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Canon or not, that made me a little sick to the stomach.

At least I was able to laugh when Kai set a Canon on fire. Not this time.
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At least I was able to laugh when Kai set a Canon on fire. Not this time.
Kai set a Canon on fire? Where can I see this? A flaming Canon would be so over the top! I tried Google, but only got action clips of artillery.


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Kai set a Canon on fire? Where can I see this? A flaming Canon would be so over the top! I tried Google, but only got action clips of artillery....


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Kai set a Canon on fire? Where can I see this? A flaming Canon would be so over the top! I tried Google, but only got action clips of artillery.


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Found it:

Very funny and also makes a very good case for always taking your battery out before soaking and freezing your 7D. Is anyone willing to send a K-3 to those guys to test?


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You could always try this gadget: Fujin is a vacuum cleaner for your DSLR http://www.engadget.com/2014/08/08/fujin-dslr-vacuum-cleaner/ via Engadget Android
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