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Photographic Solutions Eclipse Cleaning System Solution
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- 2 OZ bottle
- The ONLY Wet Method Endorsed By ANY Camera Manufacturer
- Will Not To Scratch Your Sensor
- Photographic Solutions Inc. guarantees that their Products will cause no damage to your sensor.
- Other lens tissues may not work as well, and some experimentation may be required
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ECLIPSE lens cleaner is the highest purity lens cleaner available. It dries as quickly as it can be applied leaving absolutely no residue. When used with PEC PAD photo wipes, it is possible to clean only the portion of lens which is dirty eliminating in.hazy swirls in.. Dispense several drops onto a clean, folded PEC PAD and lightly wipe surface in a single direction. Refold pad to expose a clean side and re-wipe as necessary. Other lens tissues may not work as well, and some experimentation may be required.
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My new cameras don't seem to attract blob-causing dust and junk at the rate I suffered with early DSLRs, but the do need occasional cleaning.
I always start with the camera's sensor cleaning routine. I do it once in a vertical orientation and once with the camera facing down (no lens, obviously). Then I use an electrostatic brush D-SLR Sensor Cleaning Brush for all DSLR Sensors. Between every attempt to clean, I examine with a Carson MiniBrite 3x Power LED Lighted Slide Out Magnifier with Protective Sleeve (PO-25) but there are newer designs you might prefer.
Anyway, if I find persistent debris on my sensor, I escalate to Lenspen LENSK1A Sensorklear Ii with Articulated Tip. I know that you might be reluctant to employ such a tool, but I've used these "chamois" tip lenspens for lenses without damage for years. The Lenspen can often deal with stuff stuck to the sensor.
When all else fails, it's time to break out the Eclipse. A couple of drops on a swab such as UES VSGO Camera Sensor Cleaning Swab Type 3 (VSGO DDR23) always seems to get the job done. IMO, the trick is to get just the correct amount of fluid on the swab, so you don't end up with moisture film streaks on the sensor.
So, don't be changing lenses in dust storms. But in a worst-case scenario, Eclipse can get your sensor blob free.
There ARE a couple of options: Buy the swabs; buy the dry swabs and use this; or buy PecPads and make your own swabs. Again, only for those highly skilled.
It IS a proprietary formula. That equals cost. I see no reason to use it on lenses when less expensive options are out there and perfectly safe for multi-coats.
This is one of those "tools" where less is more. Flooding the pad does nothing except keep the Eclipse from drying as quickly as it should. RAPID evaporation is one of the keys to a streak-free sensor. Removing loose dust FIRST is the other key.
The other place I find this handy is Okidata laser printers. Every toner replacement comes with a pad to clean the LED lenses while you have it open. Oki tells you to not use any liquid. This, however, is made for such a delicate cover. One drop-one swipe. I hate the thought of dragging a dry pad with toner powder across a delicate item. The Oki-supplied pad has the same "look and feel" as a PecPad.
BTW- buy the pads in the 100 pack. Much more cost efficient.