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Giottos AA1900 Rocket Air Blaster Large - Black
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- Stands upright
- 7.5-Inch long
- 2.25-Inch long nozzle
- 2.4-Inch diameter
- Durable long-lasting construction
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Large black Rocket Air Blaster easily removes dust and debris from cameras, lenses and filters with a powerful blast of air. Made of rubber. Includes a one-way valve to prevent Blaster from breathing in dust and spreading it back to your equipment.
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The design is quite ingenious, actually. There is a small air inlet valve on the bottom of the rubber pump, and that is where the air is sucked back into the blower after using. This makes it to where the dust you just blew out doesn't get sucked back into the nozzle and redistributed during the next pump. This is definitely something you want to take into consideration when using a blower for cleaning camera sensors. It is extremely important!
I would recommend the Rocket Air Blaster to anyone who asks. In my opinion, going with the larger blaster is better, because it has more air to blow out. But, if you are using it in a smaller travel bag, I might recommend going with the smaller sizes. Check the photo for size reference.
The end result is the test picture you see below, shot at F32 and straight into a bright light source. The camera before was a dusty mess. The end result is better but not perfect. As I tend to shoot a lot of outdoor and macro shots I'm not necessarily keen to fiddle endlessly to get to perfect when I'm just going to dust it up again.
* Blew off the sensor with the blower. This accomplished little on the sensor though it did clear up the lens nicely.
* Charged the brush with the blower profusely and took one swipe at the sensor. This seemed to collect all the dust on one side.
* Charged the brush again and took three more swipes at the sensor, trying to push the dust towards the bottom of the sensor where it's less noticeable
* Closed it up and took another picture and ended up with the one attached. Good enough for now. This will be less of a nervous mess once I've done it a dozen times. For now though, the camera is officially not ruined!
-- I paid full price for this item and I found it absolutely acceptable.
However, as a reviewer, I must go through the FURPS principle
a) Functionality - to blow air (not aerosols - otherwise it will leave a film on your lens) - not under super high pressure, and the jet of air cannot be super-cooled (otherwise your glass may crack). Does it do the work? Absolutely - Score = 100
b) Usability - Requirement: Should be easy and intuitive to use. The "body" of the blower is the right size... it fits the average hand well. Nozzle is the right size. The legs of the rocket make it stand up, and the nozzle does not fall off. Much appreciated. Nozzle size (length) is also good. Score > 85
c) Reliability - Looks well made, even though I do not have statistical data on how quickly the rubber ball will crack, but I have used other products from Giotto (which were well made), so I am going to give this the benefit of the doubt. Score = 85
d) Performance - This is measure of how quickly it can keep blowing. Since this is a manual device, the only sensible measurement is how quickly it can refill the ball by itself, once the pressure is released. I found the refill time to be quite quick, so I will score it at 90
e) Scalability - where can this device be used? Since this is a general-purpose photography device, it can be used on many things. Score 85
Well, if you ask me why I did not score it at a full 100, I would say there is something missing - and that is a detachable brush. Since most of us will use this to blow dust from our lenses, a brush would be good
Note: This thing is huge! A lot bigger than I had expected. Make sure that if you want this in a travel kit that you have room. :)