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WATER MARK IN LENS

Camera was dropped in fresh water and after drying out works perfectly, apart from a smudged diry mark in middle of lens which also comes out on the photos. Can the zoom lens be taken out of the camera and cleaned? If it can any instructions on how would be appreciated. I have got the back off the camera but cannot work out how to get the boards (Or if I need to) and subsequently somehow release the telephoto lens so that it can be removed and cleaned. Hopefully the mark is on the back of the glass and will be easily cleaned once removed. ...MH

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This cannot be addressed except by a qualified artificer, and the cost would be prohibitive. Replace the camera, and be more careful in future.

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No. You can't take the lense apart for the cleaning by yourself. Any expert pro camera repairer will do the job

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