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Old 03-06-2008, 09:16 PM   #37
Joey Bowman
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Originally Posted by KevinM

I like the vacuum idea a lot better than putting solution on a swab and touching the filter. Even if I get the dirt off, I can picture that leaving it streaky, dooming my chances of getting any more shots into RP

Id rather to that than use a vacuum.

The makers of the photography solution's sensor swabs guarentee their product and if it EVER harms your sensor they will fix your camera. I was reading an interview with one of the "head honchos" for the company, I think he said theyve only had to replace 3 cameras ever. The solution that you put on the swabs dry quickly and have never left a streak on my sensor.
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