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  1. Glanz 4.7 inch LCD Screen Protector

    Optically clear protective sheet for LCD screen.

    Protects agains scratches, dirt and dust. Easy to install using the applicator supplied.
    Can also be cut to various sizes depending on your needs.

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  2. Inca Lens Cleaning Set

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  3. Inca Super Jumbo Blower

    Soft rubber bulb is designed to shoot a volume of compressed air

    Very useful to prevent lens scratching before wiping with an Inca cloth

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  4. Inca Universal Screen Protector

    • 3x screen protector sheets 
    • 1x dry cleaning wipe 
    • 1x wet cleaning wipe 
    • 1x squeegee card
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  5. LensPen Cleaning Kit - Blower,Lenspen,Cloth (CRK)

    • LensPen Original Lens Cleaner
    • LensPen Hurricane Blower
    • LensPen MicroKlear Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
    • Safe for all lenses
    • Long Life - 500+ uses
    • No Messy liquids, cloths or tissues
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  6. LensPen DigiKlear

    DigiKlear is designed specifically for cleaning the small digital glass and LCD screens on the backs of digital cameras.

    It also works for the screens on camcorders, PDA's, cell phones and more (however, it is not suitable for use on large screens). The DigiKlear has a semi-triangular shaped tip for cleaning into the corners of the screen.

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  7. LensPen DSLR Kit - Lenspen+FilterKlear+Micropro

    DSLR Pro Kit contains everything to keep your lenses, viewfinders and filters clean:

    1. Original LensPen for DSLR lenses
    2. FilterKlear for lens filters
    3. MicroPro for viewfinders
    4. Also includes a handy microfiber carrying pouch which doubles as a cleaning cloth for virtually all other cleaning applications!
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  8. LensPen FilterKlear

    Specifically designed to clean digital camera filters.

    Natural brush removes dust

    Unique non-liquid carbon compound removes fingerprints.

    Outperforms all other cleaning devices.  

     Don't let your photos be spoiled by a dirty filter!

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Ted's Sharing your love of Photography

How'd they do that?
"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

Equipment Used