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IMS launch StikCap

IMS launch StikCap - StikCap is a product that helps eliminate dust from camera lenses and camera bodies, launched today by IMS.

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IMS StikCap
IMS launch StikCap
A disc of specially formulated sticky micro-weave fabric, StikCap is designed to fit inside front and rear lens caps to extract any dust as they are moved about.

StikCap is also designed to be used inside body caps to extract dust from the chamber and sensor areas of both traditional film and digital SLR cameras.

StikCap lasts for approximately three months and is easy to remove and replace.

This is our latest product in our war on dust, said IMS managing director Andrew Stagg.

We have developed a number of successful applications for removing dust after it has got into cameras and lenses, but StikCap provides the first line of defence in helping to stop dust become a problem in the first place.

Cameras get shaken around when you carry them on foot, in the car or anywhere. But, by placing a StikCap in lens and body caps, the dust is shaken onto the disc where it stays permanently.

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Tony_M 10 342 England
3 Aug 2005 9:45AM
Looks like a good idea. I often find dust on the inside of my lens/body caps. Seems a bit expensive for a few bits of double-sided sticky tape!

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monstersnowman 9 1.7k 1 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2005 3:17AM
Have been doing this myself for a while now - simply cut a piece of double-sided sticky and put it on the inside of my lense and body caps ... much cheaper and probably just as effective.
digicammad 11 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2005 7:46AM
At that price I think I'll just buy some double sided tape.

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