For CCD & CMOS
ECLIPSE lens cleaner is the highest purity lens cleaner available, containing less than 5 parts per million (ppm) of contamination (the whitish residue left after evaporation)
It dries as quickly as it can be applied leaving absolutely no residue, making it the only recommended cleaner for CCD and CMOS sensor cleaning when used with Sensor Swabs. When used with PEC*PAD photo wipes, Eclipse is also safe and ideal for lens and filter cleaning.
For lenses & other optics
When used with PEC*PAD photo wipes, it is possible to clean only the portion of lens which is dirty eliminating "hazy swirls". Dispense several drops onto a clean, folded PEC*PAD and lightly wipe surface in a single direction.
Refold pad to expose a clean side and re-wipe as necessary. Other lens tissues may not work as well, and some experimentation may be required. Each box contains a 59 ml. (2fl. oz.) bottle with dropper applicator.
CCD Sensor Guarantee
Photographic Solutions, Inc. guarantees that its Sensor Swab and Eclipse products will cause no damage to the CCD or CMOS sensor when used in accordance with the instructions provided by the camera manufacturer and/or Photographic Solutions, Inc. (PS) If it is determined that these products caused physical damage to the sensor, PS will reimburse the camera owner for the full cost of repairsupon presentation to PS of proof of purchase, camera manufacturer's repair invoice and the damaged sensor. Use of non-approved methods, procedures or products will void this warranty. This warranty will cover any camera whether or not that manufacture recommends our products or not and is good in any country.
Most Liked Positive Review
Clean CCD Sensor
When I first purchased my camera, I had no idea what was going on with spots on my shots. I went through many products to clean my lenses; and I also returned/exchanged every lens I had for my new SLR. Since my camera was purchased new, in the box, direct from the manufacturer; how can it be possible that the CCD sensor could be dirty? Apparently that was the case, though. A couple of drops of this on a Pec*Pad, wrapped around a sensor swab, and most of my spots disappeared. With an extremely...View full Review
When I first purchased my camera, I had no idea what was going on with spots on my shots. I went through many products to clean my lenses; and I also returned/exchanged every lens I had for my new SLR. Since my camera was purchased new, in the box, direct from the manufacturer; how can it be possible that the CCD sensor could be dirty? Apparently that was the case, though. A couple of drops of this on a Pec*Pad, wrapped around a sensor swab, and most of my spots disappeared. With an extremely spotted sensor (thanks Canon), I only went through this motion 3 times to get my sensor clean, clear, and ready for action. After each swab, check your sensor with an f-stop at 36 (or close to it), turn the lights down low, and with a long exposure against a white background. You'll see all the spots that you need to get rid of.
Most Liked Negative Review
Eclipse will not work on Canon 5D
News as of April 2007. Do not use Eclipse on the 5D. You MUST use Eclipse 2. Be carefull.
Reviewed by 29 customers
This product is great. I've been using it for the past several years to clean my camera sensors on my Canon cameras.
This really is a great product for cleaning your lenses and old negatives. I even used it to clean sharpie of a counter top!
This stuff evaporates in an instant -- usually leaving zero residue. If anything happens to be left behind, it buffs off very easily with a lint free cloth.
I wouldn't use anything else on a sensor. It works well with sensor swabs. Gave it 4 stars because it's pricey.
Cuts the crud and dries clean without harming any coatings or films.
Best cleaning solution that I have used. No residue remains behind.
one pack of Pec Pads and a 2oz. bottle of eclipse is like a life time supply of sensor swabs for $20! Why spend big $ on pre made swabs when you can make your own cheap?
This product is the right answer for getting rid of pesky spots and dust on your sensor. Can also be used to clean lenses and filters. You must have a lighted magnifier to clean a sensor effectively and it takes a steady hand and a lot of patience to get the job done. Don't expect this to be quick and easy.
I use it to clean sensors and lenses. It is very pure and leaves almost no residue.
Neither my local shop nor Canon could (or would) get the spots off of my sensor. This stuff, used with the swabs in accordance with the instructions, did the job very well. Watch the instructional video and pay attention and it will work great.