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Nikon Fog Eliminator Wipes for Lenses, (Pack of 3)

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About Nikon

Fog Eliminator prevents fog on optics in cold weather, moist environments or athletic activities. It can be used on eyeglass and sunglass lenses, camera lenses, sports optics like goggles and face shields, and precision optics such as binoculars and scopes.

The Fog Eliminator was developed as an alternative to conventional sprays or waxes. The Fog Eliminator soft cloth spreads a dry, invisible ultra-thin coating that absorbs moisture. Fog microdroplets are absorbed into the coating, instantly spread across the film's surface, and evaporate back into the air before fog can form. Each application gives hours and hours of protection, and the cloths are reusable 8-10 times.

Nikon Features

  • Reusable anti-fog cloth utilizes a breakthrough dry compound
  • Stops condensation from forming on lens surfaces
  • Each 6" x 7" cloth good for multiple applications
  • Sold in 3-packs

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Reviewed by 3 customers

 
4.0

Does work

By

Does work, as opposed to the impregnated Nikon cloth, which does not. A hassle to keep protected/moisturized, but haven't found anything that works better.

 
1.0

does not work

By

Absolutely useless . does not work on my canon VF. I don't know whose idea it was but it's just nothing but waste of money

 
5.0

Good for defogging glasses while hiking

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Discovered that while hiking, can defog glasses lenses by wiping fogged lenses with balled up wipe. If just use a paper towel or similar, glasses fog up almost immediately.

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Shopper  has anyone at the store tried this? i have a real problem at night with dew and it is very frustrating trying to fix the problem
RANDY H  These will help with minor fogging due to quick temperature and humidity changes, like being inside an air conditioned room and stepping outside where it's warmer, and the humidity is higher. If you are referring to dew that settles on the camera after a few hours outside at night, that is different from fogging, and I don't anything will help, except for maybe covering the camera.
Shopper  has anyone at the store tried this? i have a real problem at night with dew and it is very frustrating trying to fix the problem
RANDY H  These will help with minor fogging due to quick temperature and humidity changes, like being inside an air conditioned room and stepping outside where it's warmer, and the humidity is higher. If you are referring to dew that settles on the camera after a few hours outside at night, that is different from fogging, and I don't anything will help, except for maybe covering the camera.
Shopper  has anyone at the store tried this? i have a real problem at night with dew and it is very frustrating trying to fix the problem
RANDY H  These will help with minor fogging due to quick temperature and humidity changes, like being inside an air conditioned room and stepping outside where it's warmer, and the humidity is higher. If you are referring to dew that settles on the camera after a few hours outside at night, that is different from fogging, and I don't anything will help, except for maybe covering the camera.
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