New Cleaning Product for CCD


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tokrot

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Look interesting but dunno whether is it proven product ... :)
 

josho

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wondering how long does the can take to finish up. hmm.... i still cant get the dot off my CCD> darn!
 

Pablo

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That video demo actually enforces an idea I was thinking of trying using a vacuume cleaner.

No, not use it directly as it would probably suck the sensor right out of the camera :bsmilie:

More like adapting a thin flexable tube (such as in the demo) to the vacuume cleaner hose.

At some point along this thin tube I would put an adjustable clamp (there is such a device used in some fish tank air systems to regulate the air).

Any thoughts on this idea :dunno:

Or has anyone done something like this :dunno:

Cheers :)
 

Del_CtrlnoAlt

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Pablo said:
That video demo actually enforces an idea I was thinking of trying using a vacuume cleaner.

No, not use it directly as it would probably suck the sensor right out of the camera :bsmilie:

More like adapting a thin flexable tube (such as in the demo) to the vacuume cleaner hose.

At some point along this thin tube I would put an adjustable clamp (there is such a device used in some fish tank air systems to regulate the air).

Any thoughts on this idea :dunno:

Or has anyone done something like this :dunno:

Cheers :)
OWN UP!!! WHO IS INTO VACUUMN SYSTEM!!! ;p
 

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