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Introducción

D750 is a digital single mirror reflex camera released by Nikon on on September 12, 2014. Equipped with a foldable TFT LCD display. The width of the fuselage is about 140.5mm, the height is about 113mm and the thickness is about 78mm. The weight is about 840g (with battery and memory card, but excluding the body cover); About 750 g (camera body only). It comes in blackFor most users, the camera is a tool for taking photos, not collectibles and works of art. The appearance of the camera is a little gray and oily. Even if the paint is knocked off, it will not affect the normal operation of the camera. But the "gray" in the camera is different. The "ash" mentioned here is the general name of all dirt. It includes solid ash particles and impurities, as well as liquid oil and water stains. No kidding, it's nothing new to see insects and moths in the camera. When "gray" appears in the viewfinder, it affects your mood when shooting; When "gray" appears on the photosensitive element, it is likely to affect the effect of the final photo. Eventually make your photos black spots. So next, I will tell you how to keep the photosensitive element of the camera(CMOS) in the cleanest state.

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  1. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor, How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 1, imagen 1 de 1
    • First, you need to turn on your camera and turn the switch to on

  2. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 2, imagen 1 de 1
    • When you turn on the camera, you need to change your camera mode to shutter priority. Turn the letter A on the left side of the camera

  3. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 3, imagen 1 de 2 How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 3, imagen 2 de 2
    • Then you need to turn the wave wheel at the handle of the camera body. You need to make the aperture smaller, so you need to wave to the right. Specify the F value to 16 (remember, the larger the aperture, the smaller the F number)

    • Then you need to press the shutter against the wall (or any white background). But after you take a picture, if your camera sensor has dust, the picture is stained (the meaning of this step is to confirm the location of the stain)

  4. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 4, imagen 1 de 1
    • For the next cleaning step, you need to make sure that the reflector of the camera has been lowered. (find the cleaning option in the setup menu)

  5. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 5, imagen 1 de 2 How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 5, imagen 2 de 2
    • Select the option of automatic cleaning in the camera menu to let the camera perform automatic cleaning tasks

  6. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 6, imagen 1 de 1
    • Then twist the switch to off to turn off the camera

  7. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 7, imagen 1 de 1
    • Next, you need to remove the lens. You need to press and hold the button on the lens side of the body at the same time and turn the lens to the right

  8. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 8, imagen 1 de 1
    • You need to rotate until the white dot on the lens coincides with the dot on the side of the camera.

  9. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 9, imagen 1 de 2 How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 9, imagen 2 de 2
    • Next, prepare a white glove

    • In fact, there is still a protective mirror on the surface of CMOS, which is far less delicate and fragile than expected. In order to avoid secondary pollution, it is recommended to wear gloves when cleaning. If possible, it can be cleaned in the bathroom after taking a bath under the condition of ensuring safety.

  10. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 10, imagen 1 de 3 How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 10, imagen 2 de 3 How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 10, imagen 3 de 3
    • For a small amount of dry ash particles, repeat the automatic cleaning function for 5-10 times to achieve the purpose of removal. If the cleaning effect is not ideal, or there are wet ash particles, grease or water stains on the CMOS surface, manual cleaning through tools is required

  11. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 11, imagen 1 de 3 How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 11, imagen 2 de 3 How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 11, imagen 3 de 3
    • Using air blowing to clean CMOS is very simple. First pick up the air blow and pinch it twice, then let the camera CMOS rush down, then let the air blow nozzle aim at the CMOS and pinch it a few times. Generally speaking, it is not recommended that the air blowing nozzle go deep into the interior of the camera.

    • In addition, for the cleaning of the camera image system, you can also use this thing to clean your lens. Remember not to wipe the lens with a cloth because it will cause scratches

    • The third picture shows the appearance of a clean lens

  12. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 12, imagen 1 de 2 How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 12, imagen 2 de 2
    • Using air blowing to clean CMOS is very simple. First pick up the air blow and pinch it twice, then let the camera CMOS rush down, then let the air blow nozzle aim at the CMOS and pinch it a few times. It is not recommended that the air blowing nozzle go deep into the interior of the camera, mainly for fear of accidentally poking some parts.

    • If the CMOS is accidentally stuck with grease and water stains, it must be cleaned by "wiping". Before wiping, blow twice with air to remove the dust particles on the surface to avoid scratching the protective mirror on the CMOS surface during wiping.

  13. How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 13, imagen 1 de 3 How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 13, imagen 2 de 3 How to Clean a Nikon D750 Image Sensor: paso 13, imagen 3 de 3
    • When you finish cleaning, you need to reinstall the lens. You need to angle the lens so that the two white dots are aligned and turn left until the white dot on the lens reaches the top.

Conclusión

The Nikon d750 I introduced is a full frame camera developed by Nikon in 2014. Although the CMOS of this professional camera is very valuable, it is far from as fragile as it is now. Compared with CMOS, SLR reflector and focus screen camera are actually more fragile. The width of the full CMOS frame is different from that of the full CMOS frame of 35mm / 4 inches. Choosing an appropriate width can reduce the number of wipes.Therefore, the ideal effect can be achieved by selecting appropriate tools according to the appropriate frame size of the camera

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