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Thread: Can "blurred" lens be repaired?

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    Default Can "blurred" lens be repaired?

    Hi all,

    I have two Canon EF lens from an old film SLR. The problem is that both lens were "blurred". Is it fungus growth?

    I wish to use these two lens when i move on to DSLR but wonder whether can it be repaired or cleaned?? if yes, may I know where to get it done and the rough costs??
    Last edited by noob777; 13th November 2006 at 11:52 PM.

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    Default Re: Can "blurred" lens be repaired?

    Depends on what lens, if it's still in production.

    Recently I've heard of a case that the 28-70 F2.8Ls are dying, some element inside causing the lens to fog up, a natural death. Bring to Canon, Canon mentioned something about the fogged part is out of production, so offer trade in + topup for a new 24-70 F2.8L...

    Bring to Canon and see ba..

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    Default Re: Can "blurred" lens be repaired?

    Quote Originally Posted by unseen View Post
    Depends on what lens, if it's still in production.

    Recently I've heard of a case that the 28-70 F2.8Ls are dying, some element inside causing the lens to fog up, a natural death. Bring to Canon, Canon mentioned something about the fogged part is out of production, so offer trade in + topup for a new 24-70 F2.8L...

    Bring to Canon and see ba..


    thanks for the advice! i will bring it to canon for a check.. However, I think these lens may be out of production like what you mention. It came from an old canon EOS 1000F. anyway i will let canon do a check first. Thanks again!

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