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968 of the 992 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
At first glance of the Ecomist website, you'd be forgiven for thinking you're being sold snake oil. I'll admit, I thought the exact same. It's a bottle of screen cleaner with a bunch of 5 star reviews. So what?
Right. I've tried numerous lotions, potions, sprays and whathaveyous over the years. All of which claim to make your screen surface so clean you could eat your dinner off of it. Long story short, they're all much of a muchness. They don't get out every smear or stain at the first attempt. Some don't get anything out at all.
I'm currently using Ecomist on a 50" 4K LED television. Said television is often covered in handprints, food and assorted chocolate and biscuit smears from an enthusiastic 1 year old. When I say covered, I mean the television is literally covered
Easy to spray, quick drying with no smearing.
I got this delivered at work, and due to me expressing my delight with the product, it was quickly shared out to the whole team, who have all said comments like “it’s likr going from HD to 4K” after they’d cleaned the grime from their laptop screens.
Looks like I might have to buy another bottle very soon to keep up with the demand!
Can’t recommend this highly enough.
730 of the 754 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
Although there has been no need to wash one of these as yet, the smaller ones are very easy to wash; a liquid detergent or washing-up liquid work equally well but powder detergents may not always dissolve and gritty residues could remain on a cloth to scratch
Being lint-free you can use these with lens cleaners for a sparkling shine but being microfiber they don't need any chemicals to work.
I would definitely recommend any cloths of any size by this brand. They may not be well-known but that doesn't mean they are inferior.
In the interests of full disclosure I have NOT been given any free products or been asked to test this product. I searched
784 of the 834 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
93 of the 95 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
This worked a treat, my sensor has been filthy for some time now.
To minimise atmosphere dust (which you can clearly see in sunbeams through the window) I did this in the bathroom to minimise room dust as much as possible and used a fine water atomiser.
I used a strong white light to check of excessive dust in the air.
I used this item to view the sensor Carson 4.5x SensorMag LED Lighted Cleaning Loupe for Camera Sensor
It took me a careful 30 minutes between test pictures (see the before and after) using 4 swabs, 1 dry, 1 wet then 2 dry to remove a little bit of smearing.
The liquid is non-alcohol based and didn't leave any residue.
I re-used the swabs to clean up the lens mount area.
This was to be the first time I had attempted to clean a DSLR sensor myself so I was a little apprehensive however having read the various customer reviews on a variety of kits etc for the task on Amazon I settled on this product as it had good reviews and was what I thought to be good value for money.
This product comes with instructions and having read them and gathered the courage for the task ahead was amazed at how simple it was to accomplish taking next to no time to actually carefully clean the sensor itself with the pad. I then took test shots with the camera and all dust etc had been successfully removed. I used two swabs for the task on this occassion so have ample fluid and swabs
(It may be that you're intended to poke a hole in the second stopper on the bottle, but if that's the case, it's not indicated in the directions. Also, this very much introduces the possibility of contaminants into the cleaning solution, depending on what you use to poke this hole. Not ideal at
231 of the 248 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
CamKix appears to be a very good product for cleaning lens glass. I’ve now tried it on my TV and Monitor screens and they have also come up sparkling clean.
A reasonably priced product which really works and arrived next day by Prime, what more could you ask for.
Very impressed so far. Prompt service too and very well packaged. 5 stars
1,475 of the 1,610 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
However, the cleaning pen broke in the first use. The cleaning pad of the pen came off within a few second, and smeared a sticky glue/tar like substance over my camera screen. Thankfully this happened only on the camera screen and not on the lens or a more vital part of the camera. It took a lot of cleaning and other cleaning product to finally remove all of the sticky residue left by the cleaning pen.
The rest of the items within the cleaning kit are great, and definitely help to keep the camera clean and dust free, just be aware of using the pad of the cleaning pen.
85 of the 88 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
Really handy for my camera and easy to carry.( the case fits my camera bag without any problem ) highly recommend!
118 of the 126 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
I took a reference photo of the sky at f/22 and had a dozen or so specs of dust distributed across the sensor. Rocket blower failed to make any impact (possibly made it worse?). These swabs come in sealed packets so there's no contamination. Make sure that once you
These swabs worked awesome, I done more than two passes with the first to try and lift some of the spots and streaks. It was pretty much perfect with one swab. Another swab and no liquid later, the sensor, mirror and view finder are spotless. I was actually quite shocked how much
however as there is no risk of mirror damage if the battery died while cleaning and as the sensor is so much closer as there is no mirror assembly i thought i would give it a go.
I had not got any sensor solution but i have a very very good screen cleaner from muc off and i dropped a small amount in a clean anti persprint lid and dipped the edge of the swab in it and carefully wiped it over the sensor and i could see half the dust specs disappear along with the fingerprint but the wipe was not quite wide enough to get all of the sensor so had to carefully
545 of the 639 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
Overall this is great value and seems like it will last you a while. would recommend
It's brilliant at removing finger marks and general fine film contamination but prior to cleaning you do need to remove any grainy deposits otherwise your going to risk grinding them into your lens and scratching it.
I personally have found it best to remove the worst of any contaminants with a lens tissue and then go over it with the pen, so it's not a replacement for your cleaning products rather a very useful addition which is a lot quicker at removing fine smears than anything else i've previously used so for me it's still a must have product to have in my kit.
The method is simple:
1) firstly use the brush-end to remove surface dust from the lens.
2) twist the cap on the velvet-pad-end - this coats the lens pen.
3) gently rub the velvet-pad-end of the lens pen on the surface of the lens using circular motions as if you are polishing the glass - there is no need to scrub!!
4) replace and twist the cap (to re-coat and to remove attached dust).
138 of the 146 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
The generously sized box of 200 individually-wrapped wipes should last a long time. If there is any small criticism to be made, the wipes could reasonably have been made a litle bit larger.
126 of the 139 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
I therefore decided to give the XCSOURCE swabs a try, not least on account of the number of good reviews here, to which I am adding mine. They arrived today, and two swabs later using Eclipse fluid, my sensor is looking much better than it has done for some
Overall, very easy to use.... however. One star lost for the dispenser on the bottle. It's actually quite difficult to drop just a single droplet alone. The problem is that if you make the swab too wet, this will result in streaking on the sensor. If you oversaturate the swab, then I recommend you throw the swab away and try again. Because you might end up trying over and over again to dry the excess fluid off the sensor.
However, if you are careful then this product is highly recommended.
135 of the 145 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
I was a little terrified at first to use the swabs on the Sony stabilised sensor, as the online video instructions show that you have to push these swaps down rather heavily onto the sensor. The stabilised sensor seems somewhat delicate. However, it all went smoothly without a hitch. I used two
275 of the 318 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
They come in a pack of five, and appear to be very long lasting, so that is probably a lifetimes supply right there. Highly recommended.
168 of the 174 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
but it does so much more..
It cleaned the inside of our car windscreen, which not even the strongest motor shop stuff could do,
but Media Devil did perfectly, no smears, no rubbing like a geni lamp.
It just works,
It came with a green cloth (one of those types that feel odd to the touch.
Just one spray onto the cloth (not directly onto the ipad) then two wipes back and forth and the job was done.
Since then I have as I say used it on the car windscreen interior, my laptop screen, the Tv,
even spectacles come up shining, and it does no harm to the lens coatings.
so just grab the Devil by the horns and clean up your life...
It bring screens up as clean and shiny as when you first got the gadget home from the shop. And you only need one sqirt to do an iPad, so it will last a long time, despite being only 50ml.
At almost a tenner, I would probably have passed on it, despite the good reviews. I was however swayed by the 30% discount. I can't resist a bargain!
My package arrived next day, and I opened the box. Inside a large cleaning cloth and a spray bottle of goodness. What ensued next can only be described as a 'cleaning frenzy' - it's so good, I cleaned every screen in the house!
This genuinely is excellent at cleaning screens, entirely 'fit for purpose' - the screen on my iMac took just two tiny squirts, and 10 seconds of polishing, left it shiny and streak-free.
I contacted customer service regarding the screen protector (see
76 of the 85 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
The body of the Giotto is made from thicker better quality rubber, and is more responsive than the Kingjoy.
The Giotto is a superior product, but whether it's worth more than twice the Kingjoy is debatable.
93 of the 102 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
I bought the cleaning loupe after noticing a lot of
I'm going to consider the two main components of this kit separately, for reasons that will hopefully become clear later on.
1) THE SENSORMAG ILLUMINATED LOUPE
+ Although it's constructed entirely from plastic (including the optics, most probably), the unit appears well made and generally robust - the only slight concerns being the switches and battery compartment cover, which hopefully prove to be much sturdier and resilient than they look
+ You focus by twisting the knurled ring of a monutube, which screws upwards (and outwards) via a rather basic helicoid arrangement (the monutube assembly can be completely removed from the base unit, to assist with cleaning the lenses' outer surfaces.) The enlarged image provided by the loupe is clear and sharp, with its 4.5 x magnification being perfectly adequate for the full-frame sensor I used it on - although of course, it might not prove
43 of the 44 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
The Lenspen is a good system. My 4 year old grandchild had managed to get fingermarks on the lens of a small camera, and the small Lenspen removed these effectively. The reduction in flare after cleaning was dramatic.
Five stars because it does what it says. But think before you click, do you really need two different size Lenspens?
74 of the 81 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
This little spray bottle is no exception. I bought it to help clean a couple of camera lenses and, combined with a microfibre cloth, it performed very well, with no visible smearing.
51 of the 56 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
123 of the 134 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
Unfortunately, the cap does not affix to the closed end of the barrel during use and you will need to set it down somewhere. The brush is quite large, close to 2cm in diameter and should help safely remove dust and smaller bits of debris from your lenses or camera mirror. I don't think I would use it on a camera's sensor and a much smaller brush - a 00 artists' brush might be a better tool if carefully used.
• This is a 'lipstick' style lens brush, which extends from (and retracts into) its protective outer casing as you twist the base
• The full dimensions of this lens brush are shown in the image below (this has been scanned from the product's original packaging)
• The goat's hair brush head is easily soft and safe enough for use on expensive camera lenses (that's what it's principally designed for), and my example doesn't appear to be shedding any of its hair filaments as yet. In