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Thread: Rubber on the lens

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    Senior Member CS TAN's Avatar
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    Default Re: Rubber on the lens

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    Default Re: Rubber on the lens

    Hi i do not know know to save it. I guess CS TAN could be right. Anyone tried his method and work?

    For me I gaffer my lenses focus and zoom rubber. If you bought it brand new and it happen to turn white after using for years probably you have a sweating palm so i suggest gaffer it and save the trouble.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yappy View Post
    You may have experience.
    The rubber grip on the lens turns white.
    Why and how to prevent it?

  3. #23

    Default Re: Rubber on the lens

    You want the lens to burst into flame.

    Quote Originally Posted by ataByang View Post
    Have anyone tried WD40 on it?

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    Default Re: Rubber on the lens

    Please scan the whole thread again, prevention is already mentioned.

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