Panasonic Case

Panasonic Case
"I can use computer screen wipes to clean my Camera Lens?

The computer screen wipes that I have contain a small amount (<5%) of anionic surfactants. I wonder if I can use these wipes, or whether it should invest in a specialized cloth / liquid cleaning. If the type of camera is irrelevant, I have a bridge fixed lens "or" big zoom camera '- The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ38. I'll get fabric specialist then. I was worried in fact, eroding the lens surfactants.

N "Basic lens cleaning tools are a fan, microfiber cloth, and lens cleaning fluid (my favorite Zeiss). Try to blast dust off the lens with the fan or compressed air. Fingerprints can be removed with a circular cloth fiber cloth new micro miracle (my favorite brand is Pentax because it is nice and thick, about $ 6). Stubborn dirt must be removed with lens cleaning fluid, which is probably the safest Kodak. Always drip the liquid onto the cloth and then wipe the lens, never put a liquid directly onto the lens. Even if your lenses do not look dirty, every few months you should give a clean exposed surfaces with residual oil Remover (ROR). http://www.ror.net/ Although you were able to protect the optical instruments of all environmental sources of dirt, yet condensation would crap in your camera's lens outgas plastic bag. It is difficult to verify the claims ROR, but the optics are more clearly visible after one treatment ROR and price of $ 4.50 no going to kill you. "http://photo.net/learn/cleaning-cameras

Panasonic Case # 26961402 – digital output issue