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LensPen New DSLR Pro Camera Cleaning Kit, NDSLRK-1
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- Safely cleans all camera and camcorder lenses
- Nothing to spill drip or dry out
- Patented dry carbon compound
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|Item Dimensions||8 x 5 x 1.25 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.18 pounds|
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Digital lens, filter and compact lens cleaning kit. Safe for use on all optical devices. Kit contains miniPRO II, FilterKlear and LensPen. Patented carbon compound. Over 500 cleanings.
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First off, most people clean their lenses far too often. You usually see this among amateurs who baby their gear and do little shooting. No big deal really (I did it), but you should try to avoid cleaning a lens simply out of habit due to lens coatings. Then, if your lens is really dirty, you should FIRST start with the brush of the LensPen. In most cases, you are done at this point. However, if there are smudges on the lenns, the carbon tip end will take care of that effortlessly by starting at the center of the lens and moving it in a circular direction working outwards. But, regardless of the lens cleaning method or tools you use, always be sure to remove larger debris, such as sand or dust, with a brush or blower before you use a cloth or the carbon end of the LensPen. Otherwise, you risk scratching your front lens element. Also remember this product is not intended to be used with any wet style lens cleaning method.
If you compare the older model pens and the new pens you will notice that 1) ergonomics changed and 2) the cap is now screw on. The ergonomic change is very nice but the screw on cap is important because the caps would come off and end up at the bottom of my bag. The brush also seems to be made with a better/ softer material as well.
Based on heavy usage, a couple of pens will last me a over a year. I have found no reliable way to indicate when they should be replaced so I basically purge them one every 18 months or so. LensPen says its about 500 uses. But who really counts?
The lens pen doesn't have that problem. I only uncap it during immediate use, then recap right after. Also before I use the carbon "swab" end I always use the brush end first to eliminate any existing gritty stuff that could possibly scratch if caught between swab and glass.
Tip: try using the brush only halfway (or less) extended if you need to remove more stubborn lint or other things that may resist removal by the fully extended (and therefore extra soft) brush.
This 3-piece is the kit to get, it's worth it. Like many, I thought I would only need/want/use the lens version. But you really do want the mini pen for your viewfinder and any compact cameras and phone lenses. And you don't really want to use the concave lens tip on flat filters or vice versa, they would rub too intensely. Thus the 3-piece is the way to go.
Note: the caps screw off! Don't pull.
I just wish there was a way to buy a 3 pack of each size.
I've used LensPens for years and this time they finally made it right. I have some that are still good but they finally put on a screw cap to cover the cleaning kit. I've always been annoyed every time I reached into my bag to find the cap off my old LensPens.
This kit also comes with FilterKlear, a filter cleaning pen (except for use on polarizing filters). I usually use the microfiber pouch that holds the LensPens to clean my polarizing filters.
The MicroPro has proven really usefull in cleaning out the accumulated dust and junk on the viewfinder. The viewfinders on my Canons are very concave and up to now were not very convenient to clean.
I also read somewhere to not use them on wet surfaces. If you spent more than a couple hundred dollars on your camera/lens then you should spend the extra $25.00 or so to maintain your kit. I've you spent considerably more than that, then you should probably already know about this kit and I'm just preaching to the choir.