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Camera show for professional DSLRs last year sens cleaner

by brdietrich / April 29, 2009 2:04 AM PDT

Last year's big camera show (forget the name) was covered by CNET and highlighted an accessory that used some sort of static charge to remove dirt and dust from a camera sensor. I can't remember the name and doing Google searches has been fruitless. Can anyone help out?


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Sensor Cleaner
by snapshot2 Forum moderator / April 29, 2009 8:53 AM PDT
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Sensor Sweep
by mopscare42 / April 29, 2009 11:21 AM PDT

I use a Sensor Sweep I bought from Copper Hill which is what you my be thinking about.
It is a brush that you charge by brushing it a few times on vellum paper.
Follow the directions and you can't go wrong.
I have had dust on my 40D sensor that the rocket blaster wouldn't get out and with the Sensor sweep it is removed with no problem.


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