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    Default Lens Pens.

    If I have a lens pens , thats mean I can abandon my cleaning kit because lens pens will do the job ?


    Like I don't need to use the liquid spray and clean the lens to remove finger prints and I can use lens pen instead. ?

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    Default Re: Lens Pens.

    Quote Originally Posted by afiyy View Post
    If I have a lens pens , thats mean I can abandon my cleaning kit because lens pens will do the job ?


    Like I don't need to use the liquid spray and clean the lens to remove finger prints and I can use lens pen instead. ?
    most of the time lens pen does not work. Instead use a good microfiber cloth.

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    Default Re: Lens Pens.

    Lens pen is more handy and less mess in using . . .

    I still keep the cleaning liquid too . . . for those stubborn stain.
    Shot more cos digital is FREE !!!

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    Default Re: Lens Pens.

    For me, most of the time lenspen work fine...but keep your lens cloth and lens cleaner around just in case...

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    Default Re: Lens Pens.

    Quote Originally Posted by jopel View Post
    most of the time lens pen does not work. Instead use a good microfiber cloth.
    I agree, a lenspen can clean up stains but not perfectly, i usually use a microfibre cloth to finish up the job.

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    Default Re: Lens Pens.

    i prefer microfibre cloth.

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    Default Re: Lens Pens.

    Don't forget to get the 3M microfibre cloth which you can get it at Sheng Siong.

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    this 1 anywhere also can get right???

  9. #9

    Default Re: Lens Pens.

    Keep both and use both.

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