Nikon Rear Lens

Nikon Rear Lens
What maintenance is necessary for my new Nikon D60?

I recently purchaced my first DSLR – a Nikon D60. I quickly realized that maintaining (Mainly cleaning) necessary for a dSLR is MUCH more than a point and shoot. CLEAM usually the rear element, and UV filter by spraying some ROR (cleaner lens) in lens tissue and wiping in circular motions around the lens or filter. Then wait about 3 of 4 seconds to dry … But my main concern is how to clean the camera's internal components such as lens reflex camera, the mirror, but more importantly, the sensor. I guess the mirror and the camera mirror would not be difficult to clean, but my main concern is the sensor … I know that the sensor is extremely delicate and can dammage or stained easily. What (cheap) product (s) do you recommend for this purpose.

I suggest a thorough reading and study of the user manual for the camera. A section entitled "Care and Cleaning" or something similar. It contains everything you need to know about their owners out maintenance. If you avoid changing lenses in dust, wind your sensor be dirty. If so, take it to a real camera store and ask them to demonstrate one of many sensor cleaning kits available. Then buy the kit. NO touch mirror. Front surface mirror is a delicate and no. Use a fan to gently press to remove any dust – just do not touch the mirror of himself. As dust in a mirror does not affect the image quality is best ignored unless its really annoying. If someone comes along and suggests the use of compressed air (as if using the keyboard) ignore them and give them a Thumbs Down. The use of compressed air inside a chamber can damage the shutter, the sensor unit and dust deeper into the inner workings of the camera where you can really do damage.

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