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Sigma micro fibre lens cloth - the most feature packed to date!

Sigma micro fibre lens cloth - the most feature packed to date! - Unique triangle knitting structure, eliminates dust, finger-prints and oil. Excellent water absorbing power and cleaning effect. Optimised for both film and digital lenses. Incorporates new Low Energy (LE) technology.

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There's not much you can say about a lens cloth, other than its ability to clean a lens. I guess this was on the Sigma PR person's mind when they sat to write the release - and it shows. We never knew cloths had so many unique features!

Press release
Sigma Imaging (UK) Ltd is pleased to announce the launch of the new Sigma Micro Fibre Lens Cleaning Cloth. This cleaning cloth has been optimised for use with both digital and analogue lenses making it the perfect accessory for film and digital SLR owners. The advanced structural qualities of this cloth make it suitable for both left and right-handed people.

New Low Energy (LE) system utilises the power of kinetic energy, so when your DSLR batteries are running low, the cleaning cloth will keep going and going!

In addition to cameras and lenses, the cleaning cloth is suited for use with spectacles, CDs and DVDs, Jewelry, optical instruments and computer screens. This cloth also makes for a handy back-up if you run out of tissues.

This cloth is also branded with the SIGMA logo in the bottom right hand corner making this a real collectors item. With a breath-taking SRP of just 5.99 demand is expected to be high.

Optional Accessories
Sigma photographic lenses.

Available fittings
Fully compatible with all popular analogue and digital lenses.

Vignetting may occur if the lens cleaning cloth is used whilst taking a photograph.
The appearance, technical specifications and construction of the product are subject to change without notice.

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Comments


sillyconguru 9 4.4k
30 Jan 2006 2:55AM

Quote: ..suitable for both left and right-handed people..

..when your DSLR batteries are running low, the cleaning cloth will keep going..

..handy back-up if you run out of tissues..

ROTFLMAO

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sillyconguru 9 4.4k
30 Jan 2006 2:57AM
Oh, I missed this one.


Quote: Vignetting may occur if the lens cleaning cloth is used whilst taking a photograph.

Classic!
mattw 10 5.2k 10 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2006 5:08AM
Is it April 1st already? Where did feb and march go?
30 Jan 2006 8:34AM
5.99 no thanks :O)
u08mcb 10 5.8k
30 Jan 2006 10:40AM
EPZ has either been hacked or the news guy has a sense of humour OR he's looking at this again and going "bugger"
den2il 11 203 England
30 Jan 2006 12:06PM

Quote: The advanced structural qualities of this cloth make it suitable for both left and right-handed people.

That's o.k. I'm ambidextrous.

--Den--
safaribry 9 40 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2006 11:07PM
theorderingone 10 2.4k United Kingdom
31 Jan 2006 12:18AM
Nothing to do with me unfortunately! Smile

Press releases like this are made to be shared though.
digicammad 11 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2006 2:27AM
A press release writer with a sense of the ridiculous! Brilliant.
jeff50 8 162
31 Jan 2006 2:37AM
for 5.99 it didn't mention wiping your derriere on it!
Ade_Osman e2
11 4.5k 36 England
31 Jan 2006 2:48AM
[q]This cloth also makes for a handy back-up if you run out of tissues.[q/]

Does that mean I can blow my nose into it as well?
Kris_Dutson 11 8.2k 1 England
31 Jan 2006 3:46AM
Excellent, give Sigma's press release writer a raise. Smile
Rob 8 116
1 Feb 2006 4:43AM
I'll get Gary to pass on your appreciation.

This has proved to be one of our most popular news stories this week, so said PR's humourous approach has obviously worked!
JohnHawthorne 8 1.7k 5 Scotland
3 Jul 2006 12:29PM

Quote: The appearance, technical specifications and construction of the product are subject to change without notice.

Wow, that's impressive. It could change colour half way through cleaning your lens? Bit disconcerting though if the colour changed to green after blowing your nose in it. Smile
mag379 8 2 Scotland
18 Dec 2012 6:29PM
Will I need to take a custom white balance before using it???

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