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Old 11-04-2014   #31
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I've had a can of Endust for Electronics laying around for years. Never used it for much. Lately I've been using it to help get rid of dust when doing product photos. I have a 1-1/2" paint brush I use for dusting stuff - I spray the brush with bit of this stuff - brush the excess out on a microfiber town - and then clean off the item. It's not perfect, but it works pretty darn well.


I cleaned up my D800E for the photos in this thread using that stuff and the paint brush. It leaves no residue. These shots aren't perfect, but if you've tried to get a clean photo of a used camera body, I think you'll agree that these aren't bad as far as dust is concerned.
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