UES FFR24 专业 DSLR SLR 数码相机 CMOS 和 CCD 传感器清洁棉签套件，用于全画幅传感器：14 X 24mm 全画幅传感器清洁棉签 + 15ml 传感器清洁剂
- Package includes: 14 X vacuum packed sensor cleaning swabs + 15ml sensor cleaner.
- Sensor cleaner is made from ultrapure water, non-alcoholic, non-toxic and non-corrosive.
- Specially formulated sensor cleaner allows effectively and efficiently cleaning your sensor
- Super flexible cleaning-tongue spread pressure evenly across sensor leaves no streak
- Swab head is covered by ultrafine fabric cloth that is more absorbent and leaves no fibers behind
Make your own choice ASPC-16 or FFR-24 Professional Sensor Cleaning Kit
The sensor cleaning swabs have soft head. The head cover is made of super fine microfiber cloth which is guaranteed safe to you sensor.
Each swab is packed in a vacuumed package ensure 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 a 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.
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- Make sure your area is clean! Trying to clean your sensor in a dusty room with cat hair flying around is a sure recipe for frustration.
- Good lighting helps a LOT. If you can't see ALL EDGES of sensor WELL, then you are just stabbing and more likely to apply more pressure than needed. Having good lighting directly on your sensor will greatly increase your comfort level during the process.
- Good lighting helps a LOT. Did I say this already? Yes. But the second reason is with good lighting you can see the dust on your sensor and you can see it getting clean. This greatly helps in building confidence that the light, even stroke you are using is working.
- Unless your camera has a specific "Cleaning Mode" (read directions! these do different things on different models!), turn off the camera. My preference is to pull the battery as well.
- Remove lens and lay the camera sensor up on your work surface. Unless you're in a wood shop, you're not going to have dust falling on your sensor in the 30s you have it turned up for cleaning.
- Open the wand pack and drop 1-3 drops of cleaning solution along one edge. You ONLY want it damp along the COMPLETE edge. DO NOT get it wet. If you hold the wand up at an angle and drop at the top, sometimes one drop will run down and wet the entire edge. Sometimes I have to use as many as 3 drops because the dropper I am using pushes out smaller size drops. It doesn't matter, just get the entire edge damp, not wet/dripping.
- For the next steps, DO NOT apply any pressure! Just lay the swab on the sensor and let its weight apply the ONLY pressure. You can always do this multiple times. But if you press down on your sensor, it is possible to do permanent damage quite easily. This is not intended to scare you, just to reiterate, you do not need to apply pressure. Use multiple wet passes, possibly in different directions, to remove stubborn spots. NEVER NEVER NEVER apply more pressure to remove stubborn spots. Seriously folks: never.
- Starting at one edge of the sensor box, hold the wand at a high angle (about 60 degrees), and use a LIGHT and EVEN stroke to drag the swab across the entire width of the sensor, lifting out at the end. Do not stop in the middle or anywhere else -- Start off one edge and end the stroke by running off the other edge (or at least as far as you can go. the sensor area doesn't actually reach all the way to the edges of the glass you are wiping.)
- You should see most dust is gone. Flip the swab over and use the other side to repeat a single stroke, in the same direction, off one edge all the way off the other edge.
It is not difficult but it is delicate. If you are new to cleaning, try a few passes on a glass or window just to get the hang of it first. The entire process takes about 45s when you are practiced. Your sensor will be either completely clean or so close you really shouldn't worry about it. Good luck.