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Visible Dust 42-44mm Swabs
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These sensor cleaning swabs are suitable for cleaning sensor of a Digital Back device, such as Phase One, and sensor sizes up to 44mm.
Compatible with CMOS Clean™, VDust Plus™, Sensor Clean™ and Smear Away™ sensor cleaning liquid solutions (not included)
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Visible Dust 42-44mm Swabs

VisibleDust has designed the new Digital Back Sensor Cleaning Swabs by utilizing the same technology used to fabricate our regular MXD-100 Green sensor cleaning swabs:

  • The patented mini-channels, with contour, provide an even saturation of the sensor cleaning swab surface
  • Patented V shape of the sensor cleaning swab results best maneuverability inside digital camera chamber
  • Unique fabric folding system are tailored for cleaning a delicate sensor without leaving streaks, pooling or abrasions

How to clean Pentax 645Z sensor using Sensor Clean solution and Sensor cleaning swabs Vswab MXD-100 Green medium format 42-44 mm  from VisibleDust

  • Refer to your camera’s manual on how to expose the sensor
  • Use Arctic Butterfly® Sensor Brush® or Zeeion® blower to remove any dry contaminants from the sensor surface
  • Discard swab wrapping
  • Add 3-4 drops of VDust Plus™, Sensor Clean™ or Smear Away™ to edge of swab head
  • Wait to allow for even saturation of the swab. Do not allow the swab to dry out
  • Insert swab width according to the width of the sensor then rotate 1/4 turn inside chamber
  • Wipe across the sensor with gentle pressure in one pass
  • Allow the sensor to dry completely
  • Release the camera shutter
  • Proceed with checking the image
  • Repeat if necessary