I spend a lot of time cleaning cameras. Trips to Africa and Alaska can really load on the dirt, dust and debris. Recently I just returned from White Sands NP, and I noticed many of my lenses had sand on them, as well as my camera bodies. Time for a camera cleaning.
I used to use compressed air to get this dirt and dust off my lenses and cameras. I bought canned air by the case, but I have found a much better solution, the VSGO air blower. This is a rechargeable compact air blower that puts out an incredibly strong blast of air. The unit has three power settings…I generally find the second setting is good enough to blow dust and dirt off my camera. A small brush attachment is also included. I really like how this device can blow dust out of hard to reach places on my camera body. The blower also has a small light that helps you see into the dark recesses of your camera. The blower works well on cleaning slides before scanning, and blowing dust off picture frame glass before your mount the print.
I should note that I use this blower on the exterior of my lenses and cameras. While you could probably use it on the low power settings to blow dust off your sensor, I still use a rocket blower (you squeeze it) along with wet swipes if needed to clean my sensor. VSGO is the company I buy my wet cleaning solution and swabs from…make sure to order the right size for your sensor (full frame versus APS-C).