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sorry would not like to say yes to that one,it worked rather well on my Nikon D300s.For twenty pounds I would not complain it did quite a reasonable job hope that helped
Amazon Customer
· 08 August 2016
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I have a Carson SensorMag LED that I use for cleaning my Nikon DSLR.
When the mirror is on, the lights are directly on the sensor so you can see if there is dust on the sensor. Therefore, I can not believe that it can damage the sensor in a mirrorless camera.
Ask if possible. camera manufacturer's customer service to… see more
I have a Carson SensorMag LED that I use for cleaning my Nikon DSLR.
When the mirror is on, the lights are directly on the sensor so you can see if there is dust on the sensor. Therefore, I can not believe that it can damage the sensor in a mirrorless camera.
Ask if possible. camera manufacturer's customer service to be absolutely sure.
Sincerely. Jess Kristensen, Denmark see less
I have a Carson SensorMag LED that I use for cleaning my Nikon DSLR.
When the mirror is on, the lights are directly on the sensor so you can see if there is dust on the sensor. Therefore, I can not believe that it can damage the sensor in a mirrorless camera.
Ask if possible. camera manufacturer's customer service to be absolutely sure.
Sincerely. Jess Kristensen, Denmark

Jess Kristensen
· 03 May 2018
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Yes use this on my 1dx. You need to focus the eyepiece but it works well
Andrew
· 27 November 2014
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Yes it does as its adjustable, I've used it on my D7000 and D750.
Amazon Customer
· 07 August 2015
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sorry dont know ive only used mine on my cannon 1100d
Anthonyoconnor
· 04 February 2016
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I don't have any MFT bodies so I can't say for certain but I would think so. With my Sony e-mount bodies the sensor is very close to the front of the camera which means I have to hold the SensorMag away from the body by hand as it is not possible to adjust it sufficiently, but it actually works fine doing it that way. … see more I don't have any MFT bodies so I can't say for certain but I would think so. With my Sony e-mount bodies the sensor is very close to the front of the camera which means I have to hold the SensorMag away from the body by hand as it is not possible to adjust it sufficiently, but it actually works fine doing it that way. Consequently I would imagine it would work on sensors set deeper into the body quite happily. I use it almost every time I change lens - better than finding out in post that there was some debris on the sensor. see less I don't have any MFT bodies so I can't say for certain but I would think so. With my Sony e-mount bodies the sensor is very close to the front of the camera which means I have to hold the SensorMag away from the body by hand as it is not possible to adjust it sufficiently, but it actually works fine doing it that way. Consequently I would imagine it would work on sensors set deeper into the body quite happily. I use it almost every time I change lens - better than finding out in post that there was some debris on the sensor.
Phil Eastabrook
· 05 July 2018
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Can't say for sure as I don't know the cameras you mention, however the arms you see in the photo move in and out to adjust to the size of the lens opening in the camera; thus as long as your openings are similar to a standard SLR there shouldn't be a problem. There is a focusing ring on the SensorMag so not sure of … see more Can't say for sure as I don't know the cameras you mention, however the arms you see in the photo move in and out to adjust to the size of the lens opening in the camera; thus as long as your openings are similar to a standard SLR there shouldn't be a problem. There is a focusing ring on the SensorMag so not sure of the reason for David's comment. This is a note on the instructions with the mag "You will be focusing on the outer surface of the sensor assembly .....and since the sensor is partially reflective, and below the outer surface, the sensor itself may appear like a blurred array of bluish green circles. Therefore you will not be able to focus on a perfectly clean sensor itself. You may use the edges and frame of the sensor window to make sure you are in correct focus , then inspect the surface for dust or debris. "
I have found the Sensor Mag to be a useful piece of equipment but do take care in the actually cleaning process. see less
Can't say for sure as I don't know the cameras you mention, however the arms you see in the photo move in and out to adjust to the size of the lens opening in the camera; thus as long as your openings are similar to a standard SLR there shouldn't be a problem. There is a focusing ring on the SensorMag so not sure of the reason for David's comment. This is a note on the instructions with the mag "You will be focusing on the outer surface of the sensor assembly .....and since the sensor is partially reflective, and below the outer surface, the sensor itself may appear like a blurred array of bluish green circles. Therefore you will not be able to focus on a perfectly clean sensor itself. You may use the edges and frame of the sensor window to make sure you are in correct focus , then inspect the surface for dust or debris. "
I have found the Sensor Mag to be a useful piece of equipment but do take care in the actually cleaning process.

lincoln green
· 06 May 2017
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Not sure I use it on a nikon
Newry
· 10 February 2017
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