CineSwab®  is designed for cleaning CCD AND CMOS sensors on cinema cameras as well as any other delicate or hard to reach optical and imaging surfaces. It works on DSLR, Mirrorless and Cine Camera sensors.
Clean room manufactured and sealed, these swabs are the ultimate in purity.
Please review your camera’s manual to learn how to expose the sensor. Be sure your camera battery is fully charged before proceeding and any loose dust or dirt has been safely blown off with a blower or brush.
After you review the manual AND have seen our video demo, you are ready to clean your sensor.
  • With one side of the swab, firmly drag it across the sensor.
  • Repeat in the opposite direction using the clean side of the swab.
  • Please discard swab after use. Repeat if necessary with a new swab.Release camera shutter and replace lens.
  • Do not remove the swab from plastic bag until you are ready to use it. Dirt on the swab can scratch the sensor, so always remember to leave in plastic bag and immediately discard swab after use.
NOTE: The use of zoom lenses or bellows will increase the amount of contaminants within the sensor area and more frequent cleaning may be needed. When used as directed Sensor Swab is easy and safe to use and yields excellent results!

CineSwab®

Do not remove the swabs from plastic bag until you are ready to use them. Dirt on the swab can scratch the sensor.
Cine•Swabs are designed for cleaning digital sensors and other delicate or hard to reach optical and imaging surfaces. Clean room manufactured and sealed, these swabs are the ultimate in purity.
CAUTION: Only Eclipse® Optical Cleaner may be used to clean traditional CCD or CMOS sensors.
DIRECTIONS:
1. Remove lens to access your CCD or CMOS sensor
2. Rotate camera to see sensor.
3. Dispense several drops onto new Cine•Swab.
4. With one side of the swab, firmly drag it across the sensor.
5. Repeat in opposite direction using the clean side of the same swab.
6. Discard used swab.
Repeat steps 3-6 if necessary with a new Cine•Swab.
NOTE: The use of zoom lenses will increase the amount of contaminants within the sensor area and more frequent cleaning may be needed.
See the video below for directions. Use the same procedures for cinema cameras.

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