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Image sensor cleaner
Nic Rossmüller : January 3th 2007 - 22:00 CET
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Dust-aidImage sensor cleaner : Dust-Aid, an adhesive-based DSLR sensor clearer, offering a unique solution for DSLR camera photographers seeking a safe and easy way of cleaning their dusty sensors. Developed and tested for contamination using scientific FTIR lab testing, Dust-Aid was invented by a landscape photographer who primarily works with film but needed digital capabilities for advertising / contract shoots. "I wanted a fast way to remove dust that didn't use flammable liquid or canned air," says Ross Wordhouse, Dust-Aid inventor. "I travel extensively on airlines for my photo business so many of the methods just didn't work for me. I knew there had to be a better answer that works quick, easy and can pass airport security."
Image sensor cleanerDSLR image sensor cleaning system
Born out of frustration and a desire for a high-performance solution, Dust-Aid employs a unique combination of three main elements - an ultra low-adhesive foam tape, pad and a re usable wand. The patent-pending Dust-Aid cleaning device is a blend of three different tape and foam layers, tested and designed to protect the sensor filter during dust removal. The final layer, which actually touches the sensor filter includes an adhesive specifically designed for glass applications with one of the lightest tack levels available. This glass cleaning adhesive has been FTIR tested, which showed no residue contamination after 100 applications. Dust-Aid will have a suggested retail price of $39.95.

Dust-Aid sensor cleaner - Features
• 12 ultra low tack sterile adhesive foam tapes.
• 1 reusable wand in each package.
• FTIR tested and passed contamination analyses.
• Safe for airline security and traveling.
• One size fits all current models of DSLR sensors.
• Does not swipe across the sensor.
• Tin packaging that protects and can be reused.
• Developed by a photographer.

About Dust Aid
Cleaning one's sensor can be a scary and daunting task even for photo professionals. Dust Aid was developed to be an easy to use, safe option that will help even the novice, non technical shooter clean dust off of their DSLR camera sensor.

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