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    DSLR Sensor Cleaning Advice

    Ok, quick question - how much do sensor cleanings usually cost? A local shop does them for £9.95 - is this a good deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    Ok, quick question - how much do sensor cleanings usually cost? A local shop does them for £9.95 - is this a good deal?
    You pay for what you get + make sure you get the right size of swab in regards to your sensor. £10 to me seems a tad cheap - I would check elsewhere for some stuff - warehouse express does some good cleaning stuff:

    Sensor Cleaning - Cleaning - Warehouse Express

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    I use Visible Dust cleaning products - VisibleDust -- DSLR Sensor Cleaning - check out the videos for how they are used too.

    I have an Arctic Butterfly but IMHO it's pants in comparison to the VDust Plus wet cleaning stuff. Also grab a Magic Clean cloth and Lens Clean liquid - awesome stuff!

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