A lens hood is a must for every D-SLR photo enthusiast. A lens hood is primarily designed to avoid unwanted stray light from entering the lens by extending and shading the end of the lens. The bayonet connection makes attaching the lens hood to your lens very simple. In addition, since the end of the lens is extended, you also get the added benefit of some extra protection from accidental impact.
This lens hood is designed to replace the manufacturer branded version. A dedicated lens hood such as this, is specifically designed to match a lens or a number of lenses. Please take care when purchasing a lens hood for your lens, as some manufacturers have produced multiple versions of lenses with subtle changes to the lens model numbers and these lenses sometimes use different lens hoods. Just because the lens hood is designed for one lens does not mean it will fit a different version. If in doubt please check the manufacturers website to ensure you are purchasing the correct lens hood.
14 X vacuum packed 24mm sensor swabs + 15 ml sensor cleaner. Specially designed for standard Full Frame sensor
Sensor liquid cleaner made from non-alcoholic based water ensures minimum friction and static build up
Sensor swab headcover made of micrometer level fiber cloth absorbs and sweeps invisible particles
Super thin and flexible cleaning-tongue spread pressure evenly for safe and complete cleaning
Multi ingredients formula sensor liquid cleaner for smooth and effective Sensor cleaning
UES FFR24 Professional Camera Sensor Cleaning Kit
• The 24mm sensor swabs have extremely soft head. The head cover is made of super fine microfiber cloth which is soft to your sensor and hard to the dirt. • Each swab is packed in a vacuumed package ensure 100% dust free. • The powerful cleaning liquids are specially formulated for digital camera sensor cleaning. It dries quickly.
Instruction for Achieving the Best Cleaning Result:
1. Before start, shoot a piece of white paper with Aperture Priority (A) mode set at f/22 or higher. You can see where the dust is located on the sensor. 2. You need to set your camera to a special clean mode, so the delicate shutter and mirror mechanisms stay out of the way when you clean the sensor. 3. Go to your camera setup, and select ‘Lock Mirror Up For Cleaning’. This option will be greyed out unless your camera’s battery is fully charged. For Cameras that do not have the lock mirror up function, you could set your camera exposure on Bulb. The Bulb setting will allow you to keep the mirror up until you release the shutter. 4. Remove the lens. Use the air blower to blast the dust from the sensor. Be careful, do not touch the sensor or other internal components with the blower tip. 5. Take out the UES Sensor Swab from the vacuum package. Drip 1-2 drops of UES Sensor Cleaning Liquids to the head of the swab. Don’t use too much liquid. 6. Drag the swab slowly and smoothly from the left of the sensor to the right. Use a single movement, and don’t rub or scratch at the sensor. 7. Turn the swab 180 degrees and drag the clean side from right to left. Throw this swab away. Never reuse used swabs. 8. Turn the camera off to reset the mirror. 9. Install the lens and shoot a piece of white paper with Aperture Priority (A) mode set at f/22 or higher. You will find out if the dust or dirt is cleaned. If dust remains, repeat the steps A to G.