Spots on sensor A7II and A7RII

Started Dec 24, 2015 | Questions thread
osv Veteran Member • Posts: 9,970
Re: AeroEclipse? What is it? Safe?

ericbowles wrote:

This is an older thread, but Here's a link to a good discussion of the evolution of Eclipse products and why Aeroclipse is recommended.

http://www.earthboundlight.com/phototips/floor-wax-and-a-dessert-topping.html

Essentially some of the newer sensors have replaced glass covers with coated sensor covers to repel dust on the sensor. These coatings are increasingly vulnerable to the formulation of cleaning fluids, so original Eclipse has gone through several iterations. The latest - Aeroclipse - is driven by the coatings on the Sony sensor but will likely be useful for other sensors. The difference is a reduction in the amount of pure methanol, and the addition of ethanol and isopropanol alcohol to provide gentler cleaning but potentially slower evaporation.

aeroclipse is ether, with a little ethanol: http://photosol.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/msds_aeroclipse_sds.pdf

eclipse is methanol, with a little ethanol: http://photosol.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/msds-ecl-ew.pdf

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