Cleaning Your Camera's Sensor
by Adrienne Cleveland
Except for the incredibly careful and lucky,
all dSLR users get dust on their cameras' sensors.
Dust shows up most when you use small apertures, and in smooth areas,
such as the sky.
get so many spots that you tire of cloning them out, it's time to clean your sensor.
You can take your camera to an authorized dealer, or you can clean it yourself.
Dust Visible in Image at 100% Magnification
Here are some links that will help you:
Cleaning Digital Cameras,
an excellent discussion of the topic.
The Copperhill Method,
with tips and cleaning tools available for purchase.
which sells Eclipse fluid, sensor swabs, and pec pads.
The Filter Connection,
which sells Eclipse fluid, sensor swabs, Giottos Rockets (for blowing dust off the sensor), and other sensor cleaning products.
which sells CO2 Dusters.
various products for sensor cleaning, including sensor brushes .