Delkin Devices Sensor Scope with Bag

Delkin Devices Sensor Scope with Bag

Delkin Devices Sensor Scope with Bag

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Product Highlights

  • Locates Contaminants on Sensor
  • 5x Magnification
  • Four LEDS

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The Sensor Scope with Bag from Delkin provides a safe and effective system for examining digital SLR image sensors. It features 5x magnification and four bright LEDS for easy spotting of contaminants. It operates on two included CR2025 batteries and includes a handy two-compartment carry bag as well as front and rear protective caps.

In the Box
Delkin Devices Sensor Scope with Bag
  • 2 x CR2025 Batteries
  • Neck Strap
  • Front/Rear Protective Caps
  • Carry Bag
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Magnification 5x
    Illumination Four ultra bright LEDs
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.55 lb
    Sensor Scope with Bag is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 59.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Front Focused on Nikon D800 hi, The bright, contrasty lights in the Sensor Scope definitely help identify larger particles, but on the Nikon D800, the magnifying lens is front focused, so the sensor and whats on it appear out of focus, and if there are smaller particles, i can't see them with the Sensor Scope. There should be a way to adjust the focusing distance. The scope is useful, but the ability to adjust the focusing distance would make this a much improved product. Also, if the unit used the more common AAA or AA batteries, instead of the button cells, i'd prefer that.
    Date published: 2012-09-29
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from DOA Was looking for a good way to save time when cleaning my 50D sensor. This was the perfect solution. The star rating is so low because the product was shipped to me with dead batteries. After making a seperarate trip to buy new batteries for $7.99, this scope worked as described. However, the glass also had to be cleaned before I used it the first time too. The construction is pretty flimsy---I can imagine dropping it once and that would be it. The glass seems to be held in place with glue which is visible on the edges where the plastic lens meets the plastic body.
    Date published: 2011-11-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from See Everything With this instrument I am absolutely confident that if anything is on the sensor, I will spot it. When you try it, you will see how clearly it works. How you clean the sensor of any fine particles is a subject for debate, but this scope will allow you to see if there is something on it. This scope can be used as a lighted magnifier for checking your lens surfaces or even locating a splinter in your finger if need be. Whenever you need a combination of a magnifier and a flashlight, this scope works very well. It is easy to use and easy to see through. It also comes with a quality pouch.
    Date published: 2008-04-04
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works well...when it works. I clean digital sensors ofeten so this was an essental buy. It works great (but see below) with all the cameras I have serviced including Nikon D60/D40, D200/D300, Canon 40D/50D, and Leica M8. A must for DIY sensor cleaning. When I recieved my scope it originally did not work when the ON button was pressed. I had to modify the battery compartment so that when the button was pressed it acutally made contact with the battery and lit up. This was easier/faster for me to do than reutrn the scope and wait for a new one. Obviously QC is not up to par.
    Date published: 2011-09-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works good, could be better. I really like this product. I found it easy to use and it worked very well spotting dust on my sensor. What I don't like is that when I have to go clean dust of the sensor I have to remove the scope completely from the camera and then use the cleaning tool. I have seen similar products that do the same thing but have an opening on the side and a cleaning tool that bends at a right angle so you can continue to look down into the camera and clean the dust off.
    Date published: 2009-08-04
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from PVS pipe, a magnifier, and LEDs That's about all this is. Keeping the light on means keeping the button pressed. Would be better with press-on, press-off switch. I found keeping the button pressed difficult (must be getting arthritis). Have to admit I saw this complaint in another review but thought it couldn't be that bad. Seeing into the corners of a full-size sensors requires looking in at a low angle so expect lots of distortion. On some cameras, I had to lift of the camera to focus on the sensor. It's a nifty ideal. It does work as advertised though so I can't complain about that. Surprising how much junk is left on a clean sensor and visible with this. For the price, I almost think I'd rig up a PVC pipe, magnifying glass, and some LEDs (or just use a magnifying glass and flashlight). Thinking about it, I could have used my swing-arm, circular light with the magnifying glass in the center and been hands free. Kind of hard to put that in a camera case though.
    Date published: 2008-10-06
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Worked with reservations Used in conjunction with a SpecGrabber tool to touch up a sensor after wet cleaning. The magnifier was able to spot even fairly small bits of dust though I also used test images so i knew about where on the sensor to look. Primary disappointment was that there was some dust or dirt inside the device when it arrived. While i could work around it by rotating it to a place where i wasn't working on, it was somewhat annoying and reflects poor quality control. Came with a really nice case which seemed overkill as i probably wont be taking this in the field.
    Date published: 2014-08-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works good! My friend has one (the complete kit with vacuum, etc.). I had no idea how dirty my sensor was until viewing with my friend's sensor scope. I immediately bought one. My recommendation is to just buy the sensor scope(no vacuum, etc), and blow off the sensor with a Giotto's rocket blower. This works fine for me! I have since used many times!
    Date published: 2008-09-28
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