Lenspen iPad Cleaner
by John Rettie
Lenspen’s SideKick makes fingerprints magically disappear from the surface of an iPad.
May 01, 2012 —
A product must be pretty good when it’s recommended and promoted by just about every lens manufacturer. That’s the case with Lenspen (www.lenspen.com). Many of you probably already use a small Lenspen to clean your lenses. At first blush, it doesn’t seem logical that a small pad impregnated with carbon is such a good idea. But it works. In fact, once you’ve blown dust and particles off a lens, there’s no better way to remove smears and fingerprints.
John Rettie is a photojournalist who has been covering digital photography since its earliest days. He resides in Santa Barbara, CA, and readers are welcome to contact him directly by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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