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This cleaning cloth is made from a ultra fine microfiber which is strong and generates no particles or residue. This will give the best cleaning results.
Ultra soft and comfortable to the touch and does not damage any surfaces.
Excellent for cleaning lenses, camcorders, telescopes, binoculars, silverware, jewelry, watches, and various objects.
The Adorama Microfiber Cleaning Cloth is commonly used for Cleaning, Everyday, Home, Landscape photography, Portraits, Studio, Travel and more.The Adorama Microfiber Cleaning Cloth is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast, Professional among others.The Adorama Microfiber Cleaning Cloth is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Adorama Microfiber Cleaning Cloth: Durable, Easy to use, Lightweight and Reliable
Most Liked Positive Review
The Armani of Cleaning Cloths
In 15 years as a pro I've never seen better cloths. They've maintained that baby's bottom softness after countless laundering and have lasted many years. I have complete peace of mind applying those marshmallow Microdears to $3500 Zeiss glass. (I'm toying with the idea of sewing them together to make bedsheets...)
Most Liked Negative Review
Not as pictured.
I have had a large Etsumi Microdear cloth originally from Adorama for years and love it. I ordered this small one as an addition, it's an Etsumi in the picture above (I can see the logo) but the one Adorama sent has no mention of Etsumi anywhere on the cloth or package, only their own logo which makes me suspicious that it is not an original Etsumi. The thing I really do not like is the rough jagged edge on the cloth. The Etsumi pictured has stitched edging like my large one and that is what ...View full Review
I have had a large Etsumi Microdear cloth originally from Adorama for years and love it. I ordered this small one as an addition, it's an Etsumi in the picture above (I can see the logo) but the one Adorama sent has no mention of Etsumi anywhere on the cloth or package, only their own logo which makes me suspicious that it is not an original Etsumi. The thing I really do not like is the rough jagged edge on the cloth. The Etsumi pictured has stitched edging like my large one and that is what I was expecting. The cloth itself is very soft and useable but I'll keep the edges away from my expensive glass. For the price it's too much effort to mail it back so I'll keep it but it will effect my future business with Adorama.
Reviewed by 22 customers
I thought I was buying the same product I had previously ordered. It was much smaller and seemed flimsy, so I returned it. It is similar to the cloth you get with your eyeglasses for free
I mainly use these for my camera lenses, lcd panel and cover but they also are useful for my reading glasses and my Ipad screen as well.
What can I say-- it does what it's supposed to do and at a good price!
The Adorama Microfiber Cleaning Cloth works very well. It's size is perfect for cleaning small camera lenses as well as larger professional lenses. It leaves no smears or smudges and I just toss it in the laundry when I feel it needs to be cleaned. Perfect for safe cleaning of all my expensive lens elements.
Cleans the screen on the camera without leaving marks! Works Great!
This microfiber I like, this perfect for cleaning camera lenses. if you recommend it. If recommend Adorama was diligent and appropriate product. I recommend.
When I ordered three of these microfibers, I thought I would be receiving the same yellow Microfiber Magic Cloth that was in the picture, but perhaps in a blue color since the description says "BLUE CLOTH". So, I was disappointed to find that the cloth Adorama is now selling with this product code is not only a different color than what is pictured, but also a different microfiber material. The current version feels cheap. I suggest looking elsewhere if one is looking for the Microfiber Magic Cloth version of this product.
Serves the purpose.
Easy to use and gets the job done.
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