Fatigue Lens Cleaning Course


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castwind

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Hi all,
I am currently arranging a class on Nikon Lens cleaning by Fatigue in early on 11th Oct (Sat Morning) from 9:30am to 12pm at Normanton Park. Interested parties, please PM me (preferably) or
SMS me at 91001535 or
email me at cheewei_lok@yahoo.com.

Once we have about 6-10 persons, we will go ahead and start the class.

The class will cover the following
1) Actual disassembling and cleaning of prime and kit lens (50mm/1.8 and 18-55mm)
2) Clean sensors
3) Disassemble/clean/replace viewfinder and focusing screen
4) Disassemble old Nikon SLR and MF lenses

Important! To facilitate future contact, please let me know your
1. Name
2. Mobile Number
3. Email Address
when contacting me.

Please also feel free to let us know what else you would like to cover.

Tools will be provided. You can bring your own lenses to practise on the spot. This is a very good opportunity to learn from a very experienced Lens cleaning expert. The course will be based on First-come first-serve basis. Course fees are confirmed at $80 per person.

Regards
Chee Wei
91001535
 

castwind

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Hi Parampita,
Thank you for your interest in the course.
I'm sorry that we only planned to start with Nikon Cameras and lenses. There's a lot a camera brands and topics which can be discussed, but we decided to start with Nikon first based on request.

If the course turns out successful, we will organize a few more to discuss other brands and topics. Please let me know which topic you are interested in. We will try to arrange a few more courses depending on feedback.
 

fatigue

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The class will cover the following
1) Actual disassembling and cleaning of prime (50mmF1.8) and kit lens (any kit lens that the participants want to work on)
2) Clean sensors
3) Disassemble/clean/replace viewfinder and focusing screen. A dummy camera will be provided for hands-on training. ( You can practice first before working on your camera)
4) Disassemble old Nikon SLR and MF lenses
 

focus627

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Support. Waiting for the following Canon course :).
 

HTCahHTC

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AHH!
i wan! but i'm a canon user. will you guys be organizing one for canon users sometime?
 

cosycatus

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book me for the canon course...where to pay fees?
 

castwind

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Hi all, thanks for the interest. Yes, we can hold a course for Canon fans too.

So Canon fans, if you are truly interested, please indicate your interest here. Once we have enough participants, we will start the class.
 

focus627

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Please count me in the Canon course. :) Thanks
 

cthep2

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Support bro fatigue..:thumbsup:
But I'm an A-mount user ;)
 

Canonised

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Hi all, thanks for the interest. Yes, we can hold a course for Canon fans too.

So Canon fans, if you are truly interested, please indicate your interest here. Once we have enough participants, we will start the class.
Canon
1. Canonised
 

Galdor

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Support bro fatigue..:thumbsup:
But I'm an A-mount user ;)
anything for the A mount user?

interested too:thumbsup:
Up for you bro David. :thumbsup:

No worries bro cthep2 & DuckRice, bro David is just a call away and we can always arrange for one when bro David is free. ;)
 

oracle00

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The class will cover the following
1) Actual disassembling and cleaning of prime (50mmF1.8) and kit lens (any kit lens that the participants want to work on)
2) Clean sensors
3) Disassemble/clean/replace viewfinder and focusing screen. A dummy camera will be provided for hands-on training. ( You can practice first before working on your camera)
4) Disassemble old Nikon SLR and MF lenses
hi.. i am interested... do we have to bring our own lenses? or would lenses be provided too?
 

castwind

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Lmodel,
VR lens are okay. We will not touch the VR unit.

oracle00,
Lenses will not be provided. Please bring your own to practise. Can lend you mine if you really don't have.
 

fatigue

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Thank you very much for your strong support. :)

Any problem with VR lens?
Sorry, I don't have a VR lens for demo purpose. We can discuss a bit if we have spare time.

hi.. i am interested... do we have to bring our own lenses? or would lenses be provided too?
You can bring any kit lens or prime lens (please don't bring those expensive ones) and I can guide you how to clean it
 

castwind

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Hi Lmodel
Sorry for the confusion there. What we are saying is that you can bring the VR lens along and Fatigue will show you how to clean it if time permits. But the actual demo will be using a 18-70 kit lens (no VR). Fatigue did mention to me that cleaning a VR kit lens (eg. 18-55 VR) is similar to a non-VR version.

Regards
Chee Wei
 

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