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DSLR sensor cleaning partnership
Ralf Jurrien : August 29th 2007 - 22:19 CET
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VisibleDustDSLR sensor cleaning partnership : VisibleDust and Calumet Photographic have announced their partnership in DSLR sensor cleaning services with the introduction of their new cleaning facilities. Calumet will offer ‘Certified VisibleDust Cleaning Centers’ through six of their locations throughout the United States. Calumet locations in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Diego, and San Francisco will offer one hour in-house services at these locations, with more to open in the near future. These centers will provide thorough camera cleaning including: exterior camera body, LCD, viewfinder, chamber area, focusing screen, mirror complex and most importantly the imaging sensor which is prone to dust attraction.
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VisibleDust is the renowned producer of high quality DSLR sensor cleaning products, especially tailored for the digital sensor. The Arctic Butterfly, Sensor Loupe, Sensor Clean, VDust Plus, Smear Away, and Sensor Cleaning Swabs . VisibleDust is dedicated to the research, development, and production of the finest DSLR cleaning products. Each product is extensively tested using scientific methodology before being brought to market so that the consumer receives the best quality product. The cleaning services at select Calumet locations with services will be available for $60.00.

VisibleDust
VisibleDust, Inc is a Canadian Biotech company which uses its knowledge and research of biochip technology to advance the science of removing dust from the surface of delicate objects such as digital SLR sensors. VisibleDust offers the most extensive DSLR Sensor Cleaning line on the market. According to VisibleDust CEO/Inventor Dr.Degan, “Our mission is to offer photographers the most advanced research, highest technological breakthroughs and the proven effectiveness of our DSLR Sensor Cleaning line. Our proximity to National Research Council and nanofabrication industry helped us to bring the most advanced technological tools to the market.”

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