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  • BrushOff Sensor Cleaning Brush | Just Ltd
    sensor No longer attracted the dust easily falls off As the amount of charge and therefore the amount of attraction on either the sensor or the dust is unknown using a fiber with a predetermined amount of positive charge hoping to electronically vacuum up the debris may or may not remove all of the dust particles It will remove particles when the fiber s positive charge is greater than the sensor s positive charge The only way to always remove all of the particles clinging to the sensor is by discharging both the sensor and the particles Then and only then can you be certain of having a clean sensor that electronically wants to remain clean BRUSHOFF s unique blend of extremely fine fibers softer than a lady s blush brush provides not only a conductive path but includes fibers with characteristics that make the debris want to mechanically cling to them The debris is removed from the camera with the brush BRUSHOFF utilizes an especially designed micro scopically fine special filament This fiber acts as the vacuum to pick up negatively charged dust from the positively charged sensor Another feature found only on BRUSHOFF is the grounding plug which works because it provides a path to ground for the charges on both the debris and the sensor While normally a human can briefly serve as a ground for small charges in fact if the human is ungrounded the body electronically acts like a capacitor not a ground The human body can also be a lightening bolt to the sensor if it has a static charge Just walking across the carpet on a dry day a person can generate a 30 000v charge that is what causes the spark between your finger and the doorknob The grounding plug insures that

    Original URL path: http://www.cameraclean.co.uk/product-detail.php?mfg=10&product=1&desc=BrushOff+Sensor+Cleaning+Brush (2016-02-09)
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  • Sensor Check by Photographic Solutions | Just Ltd
    sturdy zippered pouch this patented loupe is an extremely useful tool for checking for dust on the sensor of a Digital SLR The loupe fits all DSLR Cameras and has a 5 x Magnification The 6 high Intensity LEDs provide excellent and even illumination 1 Lens swings aside to allow cleaning access 2 Strong nylon zippered pouch provided 3 Easy focus adjustment 4 Switchable base adjusts to different lens mounts

    Original URL path: http://www.cameraclean.co.uk/product-detail.php?mfg=10&product=698&desc=Sensor+Check+by+Photographic+Solutions (2016-02-09)
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  • Cleaning your Sensor with Sensor Swabs and Eclipse | Just Ltd
    cause headache or nausea Use only in a well ventilated area For more information refer to MSDS IMPORTANT To perform a cleaning procedure it is necessary to open the shutter on the camera to gain access to the sensor It is essential that you are fully aware of how to open the shutter and keep the shutter open while cleaning the sensor If the shutter closes while cleaning is taking place the camera will be damaged Please refer to the camera manufacturer s instructions on how to open the shutter for cleaning purposes If you are not 100 confident in this process please return your camera to the manufacturer for sensor cleaning CLEANING PROCEDURE 1 Check you have the correct size Sensor Swabs for your model camera Click here for details 2 Prepare a clean dust free area with space for the camera the Sensor Swabs and the Eclipse 3 Remove the lens from the camera and open the shutter according to the manufacturer s directions 4 Cut open a Sensor Swab polythene bag at the handle end Remove the lid from the Eclipse bottle 5 Clean the sensor as illustrated below Remove the swab from the bag and squeeze 2 4 drops of Eclipse onto the end of the swab Carefully insert the swab into the camera and starting at one end of the sensor wipe the swab down the length of the sensor in one direction until the whole sensor has been wiped Note how side B is is used for the first wipe Now lean the swab in the reverse direction Then wipe back across the sensor until the whole sensor has been wiped Note how side A is used for the second wipe Use sufficient pressure during the cleaning action Insufficient pressure will not produce an

    Original URL path: http://www.cameraclean.co.uk/Sensor_Swabs.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Cleaning Kits Instructions | Just Ltd
    Aid Just Kinetronics M Rock Matin Covered In Style GGS Trekking Giottos Delkin Accessory Power You are here Home Help Guidance Cleaning Kits Instructions Cleaning Kit Instructions Starter Kit Instructions PDF Format Contains instructions for the following products Eclipse Cleaning Fluid Pec Pads Sensor Swabs Mini Blower Multipack Instructions PDF Format Contains instructions for the following products Eclipse Cleaning Fluid Pec Pads Sensor Swabs Foam Tip Swabs Intro Cleaning Kit Instructions PDF Format Contains instructions for the following products Eclipse Cleaning Fluid Pec Pads Sensor Swabs Bulb Blower Pro Cleaning Kit Instructions PDF Format Contains instructions for the following products Anti Static Cleaning Cloth StaticWISK Cleaning Brush SpeckGRABBER Cleaning Tool Silicone Blower Eclipse Cleaning Fluid Pec Pads Sensor Swabs Maintenance Kit Instructions PDF Format Contains instructions for the following products DSLR Loupe Dust Aid Platinum Dust Aid Ultra Clean Solution Dust Cloth MF Ultra Soft DSLR Swabs Silicone Blower Microfibre Cleaning Cloth StaticWISK Cleaning Brush About Us Track Order Warranty Delivery Information Feedback Privacy policy Terms and Conditions Dealer List Links Contact Us Great care is taken to ensure that the information contained on this site is accurate but Just Ltd cannot be held responsible for any error or misstatement

    Original URL path: http://www.cameraclean.co.uk/Cleaning_Kits.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Speckgrabber Instructions | Just Ltd
    technician to monitor the decontamination process The SpeckGRABBER can be used on disk drive heads optical sensors such a CCD arrays mirrors and lenses UV windows films and silicon wafers among other hard to clean surfaces The SpeckGRABBER is available in three styles 1 Standard 2 Pro model with a heavy duty rubberized grip and 3 SpeckGrabber with built in light All styles can be repeatedly cleaned in water or soap solution without diminishing their adhesive qualities Using SpeckGRABBER SpeckGRABBER is designed to remove dust particles visible to the naked eye If you cannot see the particles you are trying to remove please consider another cleaning technique Key to success is to ensure that the tip of the SpeckGRABBER is scrupulously clean Refer to tip cleaning instructions below Best results will be achieved by using the gentlest touch to remove a dust particle It is not necessary to press the tip onto the surface being cleaned Use the lightest pressure you can to gently touch and pull the contaminating particle away from the surface Never drag the tip along the surface being cleaned use a simple touch and release action Caution When cleaning the sensor on a Digital SLR it is necessary to open the shutter on the camera to gain access to the sensor It is essential that you are fully aware of how to open the shutter and keep the shutter open while cleaning the sensor If the shutter closes while cleaning is taking place the camera will be damaged Please refer to the camera manufacturer s instructions on how to open the shutter for cleaning purposes If you are not 100 confident in this process please return your camera to the manufacturer for sensor cleaning SpeckGRABBER Tip Cleaning Instructions SpeckGRABBER will pick up finger oil and dust

    Original URL path: http://www.cameraclean.co.uk/Speckgrabber.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Dust Aid Dry | Just Ltd
    System About Dust Aid Platinum One of the biggest features with the new Platinum cleaner is its ability to have its cleaning silicone repeatedly cleaned free of accumulated dust and fibers This means that you could have a lifetime of use out of the Platinum cleaner The Platinum cleaner comes with 6 silicone cleaning applications and with the purchase of additional cleaning strips the life span of the Platinum could be extended indefinitely The cleaning adhesive used to clean the Platinum silicone has been developed and tested not to transfer any of the adhesive to the silicone The Platinum DSLR Cleaner is made from a specially manufactured platinum cured silicone that does not use any molds or mold release agents in it s creation This eliminates the chance of mold release agents permanently bonding and contaminating the silicone when it s molded The use of this specially engineered silicone is patent pending The Platinum silicone also has a patent pending micro texture on the cleaning surface which helps to stop the formation of a vacuum seal when it s applied to a cleaning surface When the silicone is depressed on a surface the micro texture flattens out and adheres to any dust or fibers Then when the pressure is released the micro texture flex s back into place and allows air in breaking the vacuum seal This helps to reduce the adhesion strength and impact of the cleaning We have eliminated every possible contamination to the cleaning silicone but there is a built in factor that no rubber or polyethylene cleaner has control over internal oils These blends of cohesive materials use oils that make them soft and allow them to pick up dust and fibers We have designed our cleaning silicone not to transfer these oils to a surface

    Original URL path: http://www.cameraclean.co.uk/Dust_Aid_Dry.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Lens Cap Help | Just Ltd
    into the filter thread on the end of the lens If you have a compact camera a bridge type camera or a video camera without a filter thread then it s unlikely any of our lens caps will fit Generally our caps are designed for interchangeable lenses used with Digital SLR s They also work with lenses from other formats such as Micro 4 3rds the Nikon 1 system and the Sony NEX system Our lens caps are in standard sizes from 37mm up to 95mm To order a lens cap to fit your lens you need to know the filter size for your lens At the very front of your lens is a threaded ring designed to take a screw in filter Regardless of the make of your lens this ring will usually be a standard size usually in the range 37mm to 95mm Thus if your lens has a 58mm filter thread you need to purchase a 58mm lens cap Sometimes the filter ring size is marked on the front of the lens If a filter is fitted then the filter will usually have its size printed on the side somewhere Filter size indicated and measured If you cant find the filter size marked on the lens then simply measure the diameter of the filter thread to determine the size you need The lens above has its filter size marked on the front and confirmed by the rule The lens below has no markings but we can measure it at 67mm Lens filter size 67mm So a quick summary We only sell lens caps that fit into a standard filter thread Lens caps come in standard sizes from 37mm to 95mm Check your lens for the filter size or if necessary measure the diameter of the filter thread

    Original URL path: http://www.cameraclean.co.uk/LensCapHelp.php (2016-02-09)
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  • PEC-12 | Just Ltd
    solution and will not increase effectiveness If excessive amounts are applied to an emulsion there may be a white haze left on the surface when the PEC 12 evaporates The haze is not harmful and can be easily removed by using a new applicator with less PEC 12 The haze doesn t generally appear on prints and if it appears on a slide neg it won t generally print For working on larger films or prints use the larger size PEC PAD or similar applicator When using a PEC PAD simply wipe it across the film print See the PEC PAD specifications for complete instructions If using other applicators wipe the film lightly turning the applicator to carry away the grime and bring clean PEC 12 to the emulsion These other applicators will also require a final wipe with a clean applicator lightly moistened with PEC 12 to remove any lingering residue The pad itself should look clean after this last application In some instances with slide or negative films one may notice a slight coloring usually magenta prints or yellow green slides being removed from the film and discoloring the applicator This occurs because during processing the final wash tank was not supplied with adequate fresh running water allowing chemical carryover contamination Any film passing through this wash is thus contaminated with residual chemicals PEC 12 is removing this residual contamination from the film and actually improving image quality and permanence PEC 12 dissolves only non water based stains If it is going to work on a particular stain it will do so immediately If there is no immediate effect DON T apply any pressure to the print or film That won t work any better and non PEC PAD applicators can scratch the image An exception to this is cleaning adhesive residues which may require several applications a heavier dose of PEC 12 or a combination of both But DO NOT RUB HARD in attempting removal When cleaning anti scratch laser separation oil use PEC PADs to remove any excess before applying PEC 12 The preferred method for cleaning film of these contaminants is to pour an ounce or so of PEC 12 into a very small tray or petrie dish Immerse the film completely in the PEC 12 agitate LIGHTLY and remove it after a few seconds CAUTION films immersed in PEC 12 for extended periods several hours or more may develop an excessive reverse curl This method should also be used when removing lacquer from film such as found on Kodachrome processed before 1970 Repeat this process of soak agitate wipe until all the oil lacquer or adhesive has been removed When the film dries there will remain the haze that results from over application of PEC 12 which can be wiped off with a PEC 12 treated PEC PAD You can save the PEC 12 from this dish for future use in cleaning the same contaminant in a separate bottle NEVER put used PEC 12

    Original URL path: http://www.cameraclean.co.uk/PEC-12.php (2016-02-09)
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