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Thread started 23 Mar 2007 (Friday) 14:42
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Great site for sensor cleaning kits

They have pills for that now you know.
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Mar 23, 2007 14:42 |  #1

Well, after 4 months, I finally have a speck on my 400 that will not blow off. Having read that the standard Eclipse solution is not recommended for either the 5D or 400, I though I would pick some of the new E2 solution and as I was running low on Pec pads as well, I started shopping around. Well, I found this great site that has put together sensor cleaning kits for a very reasonable price organized by camera. I know there have been many posts recently about sensor dust so I though I would share. This is especially usefully for anyone who is not quite sure exactly which produce is best for their camera or someone getting ready to clean their sensor for the first time. Anyway, check out:

Micro-tools "click me (external link)"

And the link to the sensor cleaning supplies are here:
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Mar 23, 2007 17:41 |  #2

Also check out SensorKlear by lenspen

http://www.bhphotovide​ …EG&addedTroughT​ype=search (external link)

A review blog
http://www.sensorklear​ (external link)

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Mar 24, 2007 22:57 |  #3

This product looks very tempting: (external link)

Basically it's Post It type glue on a foam pad.

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Mar 24, 2007 23:04 |  #4

I got my sensor wand, pec pads and eclipse fluid from Micro Tools a couple of years ago. Very competitive prices, and they have lots of stuff for the tinkerer. Great site.

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