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Thread: Cleaning Finger Print on the Filter

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    Default Re: Cleaning Finger Print on the Filter

    At least it shows they are doing their job
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    Default Re: Cleaning Finger Print on the Filter

    i spot a HP on the left side of the frame.. does that contribute in the cleaning process too?

    i use lens pen for my cleaning of filters

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    Quote Originally Posted by FilterFunk View Post
    i spot a HP on the left side of the frame.. does that contribute in the cleaning process too?
    Who knows? Maybe it's a modded HP that gives off loads of radiation. Then can use it to kill fungus. Then the technician must wear radiation suit. Hur hur.

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    Default Re: Cleaning Finger Print on the Filter

    secret recipe
    when the lens is not fogged by breath u cannot see marks on it.
    but when fogged can see leh so does it still affect the image?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denosha View Post
    That's strange. I've cleaned off fingerprint marks from my B+W MRC filters with microfiber cloth before and it was a 3 wipe process at most. The cloth you used might have been somewhat dodgy?

    Anyway, try eclipse solution (available from cathay) and lens tissue (available almost everywhere i think). Canon is using the same stuff (amongst other mysterious liquids) to clean lenses in their service area. How do I know? Because a technician forgot to delete a test picture they took while checking my camera.

    Whow nice one

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