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VisibleDust Dust Snapper (Blue, 8.25" Diameter)

VisibleDust Dust Snapper (Blue, 8.25" Diameter)

VisibleDust Dust Snapper (Blue, 8.25" Diameter)

B&H # VIDS MFR # 5801155
VisibleDust Dust Snapper (Blue, 8.25" Diameter)

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Product Highlights

  • Safe Place to Rest Camera/Lens on
  • Uses Magnetic Action to Remove Dust
  • Made from a Polymer Material
  • Easy to Clean Under Running Water

You Pay: $41.10

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The Visible Dust Dust Snapper is an intriguing and very useful accessory to have around your home or studio. This round blue pad 8.25") has a unique property that attracts dust and dirt particles that constantly fall on your camera or lens. To use the Dust Snapper, merely place your camera/lens on the Pad and the ionic and magnetic action generated will remove the contaminants.

The Dust Snapper is also a safe place to rest you camera/lens when you have critical cleaning to perform. It's like having a mini "clean room" at your finger tips. In addition, the Pad serves as a secure resting surface and will help prevent shock or dents. When finished cleaning, merely run the Snapper under running water or blow it clean with canned air.

Using ionic and magnetic attraction, it pulls dust and dirt off the camera
The Dust Snapper has a high affinity for dust
Put it under the camera/lens and you have a clean environment for cleaning the camera
Clean it by running it under water or blasting the dust off with canned air
Also benefits the camera by providing a shock-resistant surface on which to place the item
UPC: 827912063967
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Specifications
Dimensions Diameter: 8.25" (21cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.3 x 2.7 x 2.6"

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