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02/09/2014 09:08:44 AM · #1
I am thinking of placing an order for this Sensor Gel Stick. Has anyone tried it or have any input about it? Thanks in advance!
02/09/2014 10:42:14 AM · #2
Looks interesting. Leica Service Centers use it. It hasn't been released to the public yet, apparently. March 15th is the release date mentioned, this is pre-order.
02/09/2014 10:51:06 AM · #3
The first thing that stuck me was the disclaimer:

"Disclaimer: Photography Life is NOT responsible for any potential damage of your camera. While the above product and methodology are much safer than applying wet cleaning or other solutions directly on the sensor, improper handling could result in damage".

Maybe I studied too much law. :O)


02/09/2014 10:51:50 AM · #4
At this point, I'd be cautious and skeptical. Maybe let others be the "lab rats" on this technique. My initial reaction is it may work well with standard dust bunnies, but may not resolve the tough, gooey, oily spots. I think you would still want to use a lintless swab and Eclipse fluid on the more difficult spots. But, I admit I've never used the new product.
02/09/2014 11:05:36 AM · #5
This is actually a pre order because they are sold out again. That being said I also think I will wait a little longer. Thanks for the input.
05/06/2015 02:04:56 PM · #6
Any luck with this? My d7100 sensor is a mess...I need to do a cleaning, and this sounds pretty good.

Anyone using this?
05/06/2015 11:05:05 PM · #7
I haven't tried it yet but I am considering it. My sensor is a mess too.
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