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Could be bad news for your sensor and your lenses
on June 11, 2013
I imagine you get what you pay for. I paid little so I got little in the quality department.
Problem no. 1: I was blowing the dust from my sensor when the blue tip from the blower shot off and hit my camera sensor...this is BAD news. The tip is hardly on there, held by friction only and that is not enough when you try to blow away a stubborn piece of dust. My sensor is now scratched and I know these guys are not replacing my camera.
Problem no 2: the brushes are OK but soon after use some of the hairs start to fall off, you then have to blow them off with the blower...just make sure you hold on to that tip or you may end up with a scratched lens as well.
Problem no 3: this is not so important but the microfiber cloths... I have had better, these feel less smooth and less soft than some of the brands shipped with tvs and scanners. your camera lenses are not cheap either so they deserve better.
Bottom line: Don't Risk It!!!!