Ive got a bit of dust on my sensor that doesn't seem to want to move using dry methods such as a brush.
Im considering getting some eclipse and the custom sensor swipes(cant remember who their made by) soon. So I checked out the link on this sight on how to perform the copperhill method.
Now most renditions of the copperhill method Ive seen involve blowing out the mirror box with a rocket blower or canned air(using canned air seems a contentious issue itself) before cleaning the sensor to minimize the chance of dust already in the camera falling on the sensor during cleaning.
This got me to thinking, Why couldn't I use my vacuum to suck the dust out rather than blowing? This to me seems to make sense as couldn't blowing just move the dust around the camera or further into those tiny nooks crannies and grooves rather than removing it altogether from the camera?
Please let me know if my logic is flawed before I get out the Dyson and do any damage