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    Hi all,

    Anyone can recommend where i can remove fungus from nikon lenses and what the price are? Thanks

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    Look for bro fatigue in cs....
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    most obvious answer - service centre.

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    Default Re: Fungus on lens

    Quote Originally Posted by zjlim86 View Post
    Hi all,

    Anyone can recommend where i can remove fungus from nikon lenses and what the price are? Thanks
    welcome to clubsnap.

    you can contact fatigue, but not sure will he still having backlog not clear.

    you can send it to Nikon Service Center to ask a quote, without seeing the lens, they won't able to give you a accurate cost.

    and very important thing, if you have not using a dry cabinet, it is time to get one now. after cleaning, it will not guarantee fungus will not recurred unless you have your proper storage for all your gears.




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    meanwhile get your lens out in to the sun (keep dry) . front and rear caps off, on a clean surface. prevent or stop further spread...good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zjlim86 View Post
    Hi all,

    Anyone can recommend where i can remove fungus from nikon lenses and what the price are? Thanks
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    Thanks all for the feedback. Was thinking how 1 year ago, dry box was so common but now, it become cabinet. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by zjlim86 View Post
    Thanks all for the feedback. Was thinking how 1 year ago, dry box was so common but now, it become cabinet. lol
    Even 4, 5 years ago dry cabinet was common...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zjlim86 View Post
    Hi all,

    Anyone can recommend where i can remove fungus from nikon lenses and what the price are? Thanks
    May I know how you managed to get fungus on your lens? It meant be instructive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daoyin View Post

    May I know how you managed to get fungus on your lens? It meant be instructive.
    ...by not storing them properly...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daoyin View Post
    May I know how you managed to get fungus on your lens? It meant be instructive.
    well.. i guess it due to improper storage..lol

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