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IOptic liquid for cleaning digital camera sensors
Mark Peters : June 10th 2005 - 17:45 CET
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IntemosIOptic liquid for cleaning digital camera sensors : IOptic, the first totally safe liquid for cleaning digital camera sensors, lenses and optical surfaces, is now available from Intemos website. Unlike other sensor cleaning liquids, IOptic, is non flammable, non toxic and is completely travel safe. Because it is not alcohol based, IOptic will not evaporate in the bottle as other cleaners do, and so lasts much longer. Formulated to remove sticky particles, such as pollen or pollution from the sensor, IOptic can be used in conjunction with other Intemos’s DSLRClean swabs. "Our DSLR swabs will remove most types of dust that accumulate on a digital camera sensor, but sometimes a cleaning solution is required to thoroughly clean it"
IOptic liquid for cleaning digital camera sensorsIOptic SLR Sensor Cleaning Liquid
According to Andrew Stagg, Intemos managing director IOptic can also be used with other Intemos products, ICloth and DigiCamClean to clean all optical surfaces on a digital SLR, compact camera or camera phone. It is also safe to use on cleaning coated and non-coated lenses, LCD screens, computer monitors and even spectacles.

Digital Camera Sensor Guarantee
IMS Ltd guarantees that DSLRClean will not damage your CCD or CMOS sensor when used in accordance with the instructions supplied by IMS Ltd or the Camera Manufacturer. If it is determined that DSLRClean caused physical damage to the CCD or CMOS sensor, IMS will reimburse the camera owner for the full cost of repairs to the camera upon presentation of proof of purchase, camera manufacturers repair invoice and the damaged sensor. Incorrect use or use of non approved products will invalidate this warranty.

IOptic Liquid - Pricing and Availability
IOptic is priced at £9.95 for 50ml ($14.95 for 2oz bottle). Available exclusively on line at http://www.intemos.com, it can be purchased with a pack of 10 DSLRClean swabs for £24.95, ($39.95) - nearly a three times cheaper than comparable SLR cleaning solutions.

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