Frustrated With Sensor

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  1. YoungPic

    YoungPic TPF Noob!

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    as you can see in the image above theres little pieces of dirt, i know its dirt and not scratches because every time i try to clean it they just get moved around, all over the sensor, this pic was taken at f16, i rarely shoot that high but still this bothers me, ive tried everything so far except a wet cleaning, ive tried the blower, ive tried cue tips covered in lens tissue nothings working, does anyone have any suggestions?
     
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  3. Dude, if that is the only few spots you have, who cares? Just learn to use the healing brush and get rid of it in the few shots you actually have the dust against a bright background. Don't forget, film is no different - there's a lot of spotting and scratch removal you have to deal with when you want to print. A few spots should not deter you.

    However, the Arctic Butterfly is a great product.
     
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    speck grabber, very good for isolated specks.. and cheaper than the butterfly and easier than wet cleaning
     
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    You know if anything like is available in the US?
     

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