UES DSLR Digital Camera APS-C (CCD/CMOS) Sensor Cleaning Swab Cleaning Kit (Box of 10 X 16mm Swabs)

  • Designed for standard APS-C Camera sensor
  • Micrometer level fiber cloth absorbs and sweeps invisible particles
  • Super thin and flexible cleaning-tongue spread pressure evenly for safe and complete cleaning
  • Compatible with VSGO DDR-16 (ASIN: B00K8MTPEW)
  • Package include 10 x 16mm APS-C Sensor Swabs

VSGO DDR-15 DSRL or SRL Digital Camera APS-C Frame Sensor Cleaning Swabs

Features:

• The patent cleaning swab has extremely soft head, no damage to your sensor.
• The head cover is made of super fine microfiber cloth which is soft to your sensor and hard to the dirt.
• The width of swab is 16mm which is compatible to APS-C Frame sensors.
• Each swab is packed in a vacuumed package ensure 100% dust free.

Instruction for Achieving the Best Cleaning Result:

• Clean your camera at a bright and clean area.
• Set camera to sensor clean mode (make sure your camera’s battery is fully charged, otherwise the function is greyed out).
• Remove the lens.
• Use professional VSGO air blower to blast the dust from sensor.
• Remove the VSGO APS-C frame sensor cleaning swab form its vacuumed package and drip 1-2 drops of Cleaning Liquid on the head of the swab.
• Gently drag the swab from the left of sensor to right. Turn the swap around and drag the clean side from right of sensor to the left.
• Exit clean mode when cleaning finished. Turn off power and install lens. Keep camera in appropriative camera bag.

Tips:

• Clean your camera on a regular basis effectively remove dust and other dirt which increases camera’s useful life.
• Make sure your camera’s battery is fully charged before your sensor cleaning process to avoid low power reflector turn back to cause damage.
• One swipe in each direction. The swabs are not reusable.
• Do not use sensor cleaner in extreme temperature. It works the best in room temperature.
• Keep out of reach of children. Do not eat or play with it!

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