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PRESS RELEASE: Intemos launch DigiCamClean
8th November 2005 - Intemos, the same company that make DSLRClean, the revolutionary Digital SLR Sensor cleaning kit, have launched DigiCamClean - the only cleaning system specifically designed to clean small lenses such as those found in mobile phone cameras and digicams.
DigiCamClean can be used to clean small lenses, viewfinders and any other small or hard to access optical surface.
"It started with a discussion with mobile phone camera users," said Intemos managing director Andrew Stagg.
"Users were finding that the lenses get dirty in pockets and bags and I even know people who have changed their mobile just to get a clean lens. It is a problem that I am also familiar with from my experience with compact cameras. Now, with DigiCamClean there is an effective way to clean even the tiniest lens."
Developed utilising the same successful technology used in DSLRClean, the new DigiCamClean sticks use micropores to gently lift the dust off the surface of the lens. Simply sweep the tip across the surface and you instantly have a clean lens.
DigiCamClean sticks are available in packs of 5 (price £6.95 USD$11.95) or 10 (price £8.95 USD$15.95) from www.intemos.com.
(First posted on Tuesday, November 8, 2005 at 13:00 EST)