Sensor Gel Stick Back in Stock!

It has been tough to keep continuous stock for the Sensor Gel Stick, but from now on, the manufacturer promised to deliver within 2 weeks, so we are hoping to be able to have continuous supply of the the product for our readers and customers. We have fulfilled all the pre-orders and if you still have not received any information from us on completing your order, it probably means that your mail server is blocking our emails or perhaps putting them into the spam folder. Since we have plenty of stock now (around 430 units), it might be easier to set up a new order instead. The Sticky Paper is also in stock and we have plenty of it (over 1000 units). The Sony version might have to be pushed back a few weeks per manufacturer, but we will keep our readers posted when we know for sure.

Sensor Gel Stick

The current version of the stick that we are selling now has gone through several revisions and we are happy to say that it should work with all cameras except for the new Sony mirrorless cameras (which have a different type of coating on their anti-aliasing filters). We have tested it with a number of Nikon, Canon and Fuji cameras (including the Fuji X-T1) and found no issues. Although the Sensor Gel Stick might appear less sticky than before due to the above-mentioned change, it is still very effective to clean all that dust and debris that ends up on your camera sensor!

To order the Sensor Gel Stick and / or the Sticky Paper, please see our Photography Life Shop. All orders are shipping within 24 hours!


  1. 1) S.Davies
    June 23, 2014 at 2:14 pm

    Is it safe to use these on Olympus OM model cameras?
    I’m thinking about the IBIS mounting possibly being a problem.

    • June 23, 2014 at 2:20 pm

      Yes, we had a number of OM-D users that bought and used the product successfully. IBIS is not an issue for cleaning.

  2. 2) DB
    June 23, 2014 at 2:45 pm

    After purchasing and using a Sensor Gel several months ago, I retired the product after one use because of the problem I had with it introducing a significant amount of debris on to the sensor that was not there prior to cleaning. Fortunately, I was able to clean the debris from the sensor using wet swabs.

    Perhaps this new version will work better on my Nikon D700 than the original.


    • June 23, 2014 at 2:49 pm

      DB, have you reached out to me when you had that issue? If there is any fault in the product, we will get it replaced at no charge. If you are not happy, we can take it back and issue a full refund, as stated on the product page. We have shipped over 3000 orders worldwide and we have received great feedback from our customers. So if anything is wrong or the product does not perform as advertised, I would be happy to assist you personally.

  3. 3) mike
    July 3, 2014 at 10:16 am

    I have also one Gel Stick, it works good. But I’m not able to get rid of two dustpoints on the border. Does anyone has a hint to remove them? Any special trick how to reach them with the stick?
    Thanks a lot for your help!

  4. 4) Stuart Robertson
    July 27, 2014 at 5:51 am

    Hi Nasim

    Can this be shipped to the UK and can I pay by Paypal



    Edinburgh, Scotland

  5. 5) Rick DeNatale
    August 30, 2014 at 2:16 pm

    What’s the current status on these? The store says “available on backorder”.

    What does that mean? What’s the policy for backordering, when would I get charged? Etc.

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