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I wouldn't use any fluid that isn't specifically for sensors. There's a guide on POTN. I'll look for it really quick.
    
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also check around for local pro photograhers, they might can inspect it and clean it for you.
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It can't be dust or anything in your immediate environment.All newer DSLRs(D7100 included) have sensor shift cleaning in which the filter in front of the sensor vibrates at high frequency to shake off dust.It happens every time the camera is turned on/off automatically.I think it was there from the time you bought the camera.
Do you only use one lens?Seems to look like oil on the lens elements.

It was not there when I first bought the camera. I have multiple lens, and the spec appears on every one I use. I'm also thinking it's not dust, that's why I've been saying it's a spec of some sort. I hope it's not oil. But I'm thinking of trying a wet cleaning, with these.
http://www.amazon.com/Visible-Sensor-Cleaning-Liquid-Cleaner/dp/B002XJ3JL8/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1393949105&sr=8-10&keywords=visible+dust+swabs


That whole sensor shift cleaning does very little...

 

I recommend this: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/242758-REG/Photographic_Solutions_SS2BOX_Sensor_Swab_Type_2.html

 

Use them myself, works like a charm. Sensor cleaning is just another part of typical camera maintenance. I'd recommend getting a sensor loupe too, but I have done a few cleanings without one fine.

 

And before you use a sensor swab, use a Giottos Rocket Air BlasterGiottos Rocket BlasterGiottos Rocket Blaster to try to get any excess dust out of the chamber.


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That whole sensor shift cleaning does very little...

I recommend this: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/242758-REG/Photographic_Solutions_SS2BOX_Sensor_Swab_Type_2.html

Use them myself, works like a charm. Sensor cleaning is just another part of typical camera maintenance. I'd recommend getting a sensor loupe too, but I have done a few cleanings without one fine.

And before you use a sensor swab, use a Giottos Rocket Air BlasterGiottos Rocket BlasterGiottos Rocket Blaster to try to get any excess dust out of the chamber.

Those look promising. Thanks for that. Do you use any kind of solution with them?
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Solution is preapplied to them. Just open one and it is ready to go.

 

You can order in bulk like 100 replacement cloth pieces and a bottle of eclipse sensor fluid.

 

oooo, there is this too: http://petapixel.com/2014/02/03/sensor-gel-stick-safely-clean-sensor-like-service-center/
I kinda want to try that out^

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Oooh yea...I remember you posted a video about that...I would like to try that myself.
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can i join?
i have A Canon Eos Rebel T3i
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i have A Canon Eos Rebel T3i

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Just checked their site Sean - http://photographylife.com/product/sensor-gel-stick Looks like they're sold out, but stock is expected to hit right about now.
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Yea I noticed too. I still have a few sensor swabs i need to use up before I get one anyhow. Maybe just get the sensor swabs now and get a stick later on? lol

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gonna try to fix my 50 1.8 today, went to the cammy shop, and basically the guy said the only thing worth getting is the sigma 50mm 1.4, which is currently out of stock and probably out of production since the new art model is coming out, and that I may look at the 30mm sigma art.

I think i'm just going to try to glue my 1.8 back together. ( probably use hot glue since it would still be removable ) There are little plastic clips that hold it together, and all but two broke off. I could buy one of the better lens's, but its music festival season.

Though I'm also thinking about eating my words and buying an EOS-M, its basically the only cheap pocketable camera that has a decent sensor that can be had for under $300. there is one on the local CL, but I reall want one with the 22mm prime.
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