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My answer to avoiding dust on sensor.
#1
I dread getting dust on the sensor, so my solution was to buy a second Nikon D80 body, one for each of my lenses. Only thing I need now is a brace for my back.
Picture was taken using my Fuji FinePix S9500 1/60 sec f5.6 ISO 200
   

#2
Though need to pay some extra for this Nikon body still a good idea to get rid of dust on sensor.
#3
I only have one lens, so am less prone. Ed.
To each his own!
#4
As the D80 is an old camera it was easy to pick up a quality body for not a lot of cash.
#5
I frequently carry two cameras, so invested in a Black Rapid dual camera strap. Moves the weight from the neck to the shoulders.
#6
Great idea. Just checked the price though. I'll have to save up for one. The twin costs £99 here.
#7
Ouch, think I paid just under $100 here. There are some cheaper versions made by other companies, but the reviews aren't great, and last thing you need is a strap failing under load dumping gear on the ground.
  


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