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PRESS RELEASE: Green Clean USA Offers Non-Full Frame Size Swabs
SCOTTSDALE, AZ - OCTOBER 30, 2006 - GREEN CLEAN USA now offers Non-Full Frame Size Swabs. The Wet and Dry Swabs are designed to remove oils or smudges from digital camera sensors. The Wet Swab is pre-saturated with a non-toxic, alcohol free solution and the non-full frame size Dry Swab is pre-treated, lint free and highly absorbent.
"Camera manufacturers are building digital cameras with smaller sensors which necessitated adding a Non-Full Frame Size Dry swab to our lineup. The Full Frame Size Dry Swab is too wide for some sensors. With that said, we have manufactured and made available a Non-Full Frame Size Dry Swab. We will continue to monitor changes in the industry so that our customers are completely satisfied with our products", said Grant Russell, President of GREEN CLEAN USA. Before using the swabs, GREEN CLEAN USA strongly encourages use of their Vacuum system to remove any loose impediments on the sensor.
The Non-Full Frame Size Dry Swab measures 15 millimeters (0.59 inches) wide while the Full-Frame Size Dry Swab is available at 24 millimeters (0.945 inches) wide.
ABOUT GREEN CLEAN USA
GREEN CLEAN USA's Digital Camera Sensor Cleaning System is a contact-free cleaning system that works on the vacuum principle to gently remove dust and friction particles from the sensor and camera housing. The system also features three Wet Swabs and three Dry Swabs to remove oils and smudges from the sensor. A Travel Kit as well as individual accessories are available.
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(First posted on Monday, October 30, 2006 at 16:28 EST)