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I have a Sony A7S II which I adore; but—like every other camera—it too has its disadvantages. For me, one of those disadvantages is the sensor which is exposed when you switch lenses. And a simple "clean sensor" function in the menu doesn't always help.
This really bugs me. What sensor maintenance routine could relieve me of my sorrow?
EDIT: I'm looking for insights in using a mirrorless camera; i.e., a sensor that is directly exposed to dust, etc. when a lens is not mounted, as opposed to a DSLR where the shutter is closed and the mirror also provides some form of extra protection. General ideas on cleaning a sensor are not part of my interest here.
I would like to inquire on user habits for coping with this specific issue of mirrorless cameras or any other camera where the FF sensor is fully exposed within +/- 1 cm every time you remove a lens.