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Green Clean sensor cleaning system - Comprises of a mini vacuum and wet and dry swabs for a completely thorough clean.

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Green Clean sensor cleaning system
Press Release:
Digital camera sensor cleaning is safer and easier with the new Green Clean Sensor Cleaning System! This new product was developed by Austrian company Green Clean for professional cleaning of all types of digital camera sensors.

Stage one:

  • Safe & easy
  • Contact-free!!
  • Vacuum action
  • Economical

The first and most important part of the cleaning system, the Mini Vac, uses an aerosol to create suction and works contact-free allowing the user to gently remove dust and friction particles from the sensor and mirror box.

The Pick-Up, a flexible tube with a trumpet shaped end, which is abrasion free and non-conductive, is used to lift loose particles, dust, abrasions etc off the sensor surface, mirror-box and the rear of the lens barrel. The dirt is collected in a clear collection tube. This contact-free process (!!) is all that is needed to clean the sensor in the majority of cases and alleviates the need for wipes, brushes and other implements that work by making contact with the sensor surface.

Stage two:

  • Only used when necessary
  • Removes stains & welded-on dust
  • Wet Sweeper with precise dosage of dissolving liquid
  • Dry Sweeper with pre-treated textile

The Wet & Dry Sweepers come in a sealed double sachet and they are part of the Sensor Cleaning Kit (SC-4000). The Wet Sweeper has a pre-soaked foam tip with just the right amount of solution needed to dissolve any stubborn dirt or stains, which is then lifted off with the Dry Sweeper. The projecting edges of the Dry Sweepers pre-treated textile are excellent for cleaning right into the corners of the sensor, leaving a pristine sensor surface!

The Green Clean Sensor Cleaning Kit contains:
  • 1 x Hi Tech Air Power 400 ml aerosol can
  • 1 x Mini Vac
  • 3 x Pick Up
  • 3 x Wet & Dry

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dhough  830 forum posts
7 Feb 2006 - 6:01 AM

Costs 47.50.
IMHO that's about 37.50 too much.

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7 Feb 2006 - 6:27 AM

How much?!!!!!!

7 Feb 2006 - 7:05 AM

"wet and dry swabs" - For those really stuborn marks!

IanA  103048 forum posts England12 Constructive Critique Points
7 Feb 2006 - 7:25 AM

They only just figured this out?
I've been using the vacuum cleaner for two years now!


AlanTW  11342 forum posts
7 Feb 2006 - 8:13 AM

I'll stick with film thanks!

7 Feb 2006 - 8:15 AM

"Hi Tech" now that's a name that fills me with confidence

alfpics  12356 forum posts England
7 Feb 2006 - 1:27 PM

"Costs 47.50"

And that is excluding VAT!!

deviant  103024 forum posts United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
7 Feb 2006 - 2:02 PM

You could make the so called vacuum yourself, it's called a venturi they cost a couple of quid from any pneumatic supplier

Bernard Caulfield

Or buy the Olympus E500

Mitzi  81011 forum posts
9 Feb 2006 - 2:05 AM

Certainly seems like an expensive 'con'. I have always thought that a vacuum was the answer, however, but not at that price.

bigadg  9
9 Feb 2006 - 8:52 AM

can i use my vax

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