A&P Sensor Cleaned (not quite)

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    Ordered the sensor swipe from copperhill for $39.95 ($29.95 plus $10.00 shipping). Includes a 14mm spatula like device for the smaller sensors, 100 pec pads, and some Eclipse fluid. Guy threw in a slinky too :hs:

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    Used a bulb blower to blow off the major specks of dust, didn't really make a big difference.

    Proceeded to use the sensor swipe. Cleaned it twice, but there's still some stubborn specks that won't come off :squint:

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    Now, I need to clean my other camera :noes:
     
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    sexeh! I like it.
     
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    read the article :noes:
     
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    Read it a couple weeks ago :o Petteri Sulonen is the man :hsd:
     
  7. TypeSDragoon

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    jesus christ, i got two boxes of the solution and the pads for $4.99 each box two years ago

    you got super ripped off
     
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    :wtc:
     
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    don't you live in san ramon?

    i could have given you my 2nd box for free :o

    one box is enough to last a long time, and 100 sensor cleanings (which we'll never do that many o_O )
     
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    You're not cleaning the sensor, you're cleaning the glass in front of it. Glass is an insulator.
     
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    You can use them to clean lenses and stuff too.

    Or can you? :noes:
     
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    Yep, San Ramon, right near you.
    Too late :wtc:
    Sure, why not. It's lint free?
     
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    I was just implanting uncertainty. I use them to clean all my lenses/filters along with ROR. :noes:
     
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