The Camcorder Lens Cleaning Dust Blower is a better tool than canned air for removing particles and dust from your electronics, cameras, jewelry, etc. A good cleaner tool for your digital camera lens and camcorder lens. Camcorder Blower works great when used on digital camera sensors, lenses, telescopes, computer keyboards, microscopes, communications equipment, musical instruments or just about any precision equipment. This Rubber Air Dust Blower effectively "brushes" away unwanted dust from your sensors, lenses, or other sensitive equipment with a gentle blast of clean air. This Camcorder Lens Cleaning Dust Blower effectively brushes away unwanted dust with a powerful blast of clean air. This Camcorder Lens Cleaning Dust Blower can get into places the canned air can't, and has no toxic chemicals!
Other Thoughts:One of the few drawbacks to digital SLR cameras is that they are susceptible to dust on the sensor. This can result in one's photos showing unsightly spots or smudges. Film cameras did not have this problem because film substitutes for the sensor, and is, of course, constantly replaced. But on digital SLRs the same sensor stays behind the lens and if it gets a piece of dust on it, the problem remains until the dust is removed. The first time I got a dust smudge on the sensor of my Nikon D200 I was pretty rattled. This little accessory fixed it up immediately. Six blasts from the Rocket and my sensor was clean and pristine again.
Other Thoughts:I already have a very large version of this product, but wanted a smaller one that fit in my bag better. This one fits great. The description "Extra Large" had me concerned, but it is much smaller than my other one...This one I am currently reviewing is actually "small" not "Extra Large".
Other Thoughts:The Canadian equivalent to the US TSA confiscated mine before they'd let me get on the plane because it looked like a grenade.
<br/>So.... getting another one - this one will go in checked luggage.
Other Thoughts:The Air Blaster is the perfect traveling size and works exceptionally well at getting dust and hairs and lint off your filters and lenses. I'm scared of using compressed air on my optics and using your breath for the same purpose often leads to water or other crud on your glass. Also, I would never clean a lens with any cloth without first blowing away any debris, dust, etc that may be on the surface first.
<br/>I docked one star because sometimes it's hard to aim the nozzle exactly where you want, but that certainly shouldn't stop anyone from buying this great little tool.