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Intemos launch dSLR sensor cleaning video online

Intemos launch dSLR sensor cleaning video online - Intemos video aims to make sensor cleaning easy

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Intemos, the optical cleaning specialists, have launched a step by step video guide to cleaning digital SLR sensors online.

Managing Director of Intemos, Andrew Stagg, said: We have produced this user-friendly video to show how easily sensor cleaning can be carried out.

He added: I have spoken to many digital camera owners weary of cleaning their sensors because they are concerned about damaging them. With this video we wanted to show what a simple procedure it really is and that it can be completed with ease in a few seconds.

Intemos products come with a unique user guarantee, offering a complete refund within 30 days if users arent satisfied with the product. Or, in the unlikely event that a sensor is damaged while using Intemoss products correctly, the company will fix it.

Commenting on the company's products, Andrew Stagg said: In reality it is very difficult to damage the sensor through cleaning. Once people see how easy it is to use, they dont look back which is why we have shipped over 10,000 DSLRClean sensor cleaning swabs to date.

The video is available to digital SLR camera owners by logging on to www.intemos.com where they can download either a broadband version for high speed connections or a version suitable for lower speed connections.

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sillyconguru 9 4.4k
14 Sep 2005 7:07AM
Much better than their previous hand-drawn instructions.

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geoffash26 10 2.5k United Kingdom
21 Sep 2005 8:48AM
I found them quiet usless and the instructions I had never said you could use them wet(wich may have helped)
Geoff

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