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    Default Cleaning Sensor - Travel Photography

    for travel, any good solution that we can bring along? methanol like ECLIPSE is not allowed on plane... not sure if there is any CCD cleaning liquid equivalent to ECLIPSE which is non-flammable and safe to travel?

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    u sure cannot bring eclipse solution up the plane?
    i never had problems with it.
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    i think you mean "can"?

    i believe it is no... check this out... http://www.tsa.gov/public/display?co...00051980049d28

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    think clown meant, ignorance is bliss... hehehe.. since they dunno, den nobody will care...
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    you might want to know that combustible fluids have a chance to ignite when exposed to radition with the right conditions and radition is high in airplanes.
    “How fortunate for leaders that men do not think.” - Adolf Hitler

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    Methanol is highly flammable, pls dont take it on plane.

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    yeah... that's my concern... still looking for alternative/replacement...

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    if can't find cleaning solution, try blower or use microfibre cloth(new) for your spectacle.

    I have used the normal lens cleaning solution with pecpads before..so far, I am not complaining. Mind you, I was really gentle with it.

    Check with your chemist, they might have the solution/answer.

    Good luck

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    if cannot then have to use 3M magic tape liao lor..
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