An effective anti-dust system and 10.1 megapixels come to this D-SLR
By Mike Stensvold
Published December 1, 2006
Updated July 1, 2016
I do almost all of my photography outdoors. That means lots of lens changes in the field, and that means dust on my D-SLRs’ image sensors (and my photos). Blower brushes don’t completely remove it, and though I’ve bought a clean-it-yourself kit, I haven’t quite worked up the nerve to try it yet. So one of my favorite D-SLR features is an anti-dust system.
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