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dSLR Sensor Cleaning Kit

Been wanting to have my dSLR cleaned in the Canon Service Center for months but was concerned it will take over a month before I can get it back so when I found this CCD cleaning kit, I grabbed one immediately and hoped for the best.

dslr sensor cleaner

Over the years, I’ve noticed some specks of dust and fiber inside my camera’s sensor. It affected most of my shots as they become apparent in every photo I take but some careful cleaning with an air-blower helped.

dslr cleaner

The one I got is the SensorKlear Loupe and SensorKlear II Combo by Lenspen. I’ve seen this one used by professionals in the Canon booth during the last PhotoWorld Expo.

sensor cleaner

I thought I’d give it a try and finally get those nagging dust completely out of the sensor.


sensor klear loupe

Must have spent over two grand for this set but it’s well worth it.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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13 Responses

  1. braindead says:

    wow. thanks for the product higlight.

  2. mike says:

    hi yuga! just wanna know where you purchased the kit thanks.

  3. Darren says:

    Good job Abe!!

  4. Pink Note says:

    wow! this is great! Thanks for the info..=)

  5. Karl says:

    How much is this? saan nabibili?

    how it works? effective?

  6. whoa! This is really cool! Thanks for the feature.


  7. wow.. nice…. kano ba to… nice… nice…. nice….

  8. Greg says:

    thanks for the heads up!
    yup! it works pretty well.
    used it to clean a pesky spot on the D90 sensor that couldn’t be taken out by the blower.

  9. yuga says:

    @karl – the loupe is 1,350 and the cleaning pen is around 600. Bought them at DZone.

  10. Karlo says:

    Thanks yuga!


  11. Paolo says:

    They also have this in Digital Walker Zoom. Not sure if their price is the same with DZone though.

  12. walkin-guy says:

    how does it operate? you didn’t even tell how it works… are you just trying to advertise this item or you’re just telling you have now a clean sensor.. so what??


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