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Photographic Solutions Eclipse Lens and Sensor Cleaning Fluid

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Photographic Solutions Eclipse Lens and Sensor Cleaning Fluid
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Photographic Solutions' Eclipse cleaner is the recommended cleaner for traditional CCD and CMOS sensors as well as for cleaning lenses and optics. For Tin Oxide sensors, use the Eclipse E2 liquid.

For CCD & CMOS Sensors - Eclipse cleaner is the highest purity cleaner available, containing less than 5 parts per million (ppm) of contamination (the whitish residue left after evaporation) It dries as quickly as it can be applied leaving absolutely no residue, making it the only recommended cleaner for CCD and CMOS sensor cleaning when used with Sensor Swabs.

For Lenses & Other Optics - When used with PEC*PAD photo wipes, it is possible to clean only the portion of lens which is dirty eliminating "hazy swirls". Dispense several drops onto a clean, folded PEC*PAD and lightly wipe surface in a single direction. Refold pad to expose a clean side and re-wipe as necessary. Other lens tissues may not work as well, and some experimentation may be required.

Each box contains a 59 ml. (2 fl. oz.) bottle with dropper applicator.
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