It's important to use the correct tool for the job. I bought a packet
of lens cleaning tissues which are clearly labelled "Digital Lens
Cleaning Tissues". Presumably it's unsafe to use them on film/analog
lenses, but what if you have a one of those attached to a digital camera?
At 08:27 09/02/2018, you wrote:
On Thu, Feb 08, 2018 at 11:15:30PM -0800, Moose wrote:
> I have a Rocket Blower. Fortunately, it's is sorta decorative
(Oyster Catcher color scheme), as it's useless for the
> purpose of cleaning sensors. No better than the ear syringe I had
tried at first.
This reminded me that, many years ago, I once used my (never used) photo
blower bulb (no brush and filled with warm water) to dislodge a foreign
object (a bit of red colouring pencil 'lead') from #2 son's ear... :)
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/