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The Carson LensPen Lens Cleaning Tool is a cleaning system for lenses. These LensPen Cleaning Tools of are compact and easy to use lens cleaning systems that employ a revolutionary non-liquid compound that will not spill or dry out. The Carson LensPen Cleaning Tool includes a natural-hair brush for dust removal for an effective and unharmful cleaning of lenses. The Carson LensPen Cleaning Tool is designed for all types of lenses, from standard lenses to fully multi-coated lenses.
Long before there was a SensorKlear Loupe or pen, LensPen developed their original camera lens cleaner - a simple, yet effective lens cleaning tool with a retractable natural brush for removing dry dust, and a carbon-impregnated cleaning pad that safely removes fingerprints from lenses and other fine optics.
As digital replaced film, models specifically designed to clean LCD screens, compact camera lenses, viewfinders and filters were added to the product line. And now these five LensPen lens cleaning tools - Original, DigiKlear, MiniPro, MicroPro and FilterKlear - feature a stylish new design and state-of-the-art packaging. A completely new look, but with the same unmatched LensPen features that a generation of photographers and outdoor enthusiasts have counted on to keep their , binoculars and other fine optics clean and images sharp.
LensPen sensor and lens cleaning tools : The LensPen Group introduced new digital camera cleaning tools at the Photokina 2012. From their five new lens, filter and display cleaning pens to an improved design on their sensor cleaning loupe. When you clean your digital SLR sensor using the LensPen SensorKlear system, you can see what you are cleaning while you clean. A new feature no other DSLR lens cleaning tool can offer. “Other lens cleaning systems use sprays and gels that can make a sticky mess that spreads all over the delicate parts of your digital camera. You can’t even watch what you are doing when you use them.” said Peter Meurrens, vice president of operations of the LensPen Group.|