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Remove end plate. Remove rate control knob and pot. Loosen up three set screws on housing, center zoom control, and slide entire assembly out the end of the housing. Where will you find a replacement spring?
The Sony XDCAM EX series camcorder including Sony PMW-EX1, Sony PMW-EX1R, Sony PMW-EX3 and Sony PMW-350. For FCP users who are facing the same issue to import Sony XDCAM EX MP4 to FCP X, there are 2 solutions for you to fix the problems. The first solution is using third-party Sony XDCAM Transfer software. Prior to importing Sony XDCAM EX MP4 with with XDCAM Transfer, you may use the Sony XDCAM EX Clip Browse to first copy the SxS-based media to local storage. Then you can ingest MPEG-4 wrapped XDCAM-EX media to QuickTime-wrapped media with XDCAM Transfer application on your scratch disk. Then you can simply choose the XDCAM EX Easy Setup that corresponds to your footage and edit as you would with any other native format in Final Cut Pro.
If the first solution is too complicated for you or you encounter some unsolvable problem when adopting the first method. A much simple but reliable alternative solution is recommended to you. You can use a third-party application to transcode Sony XDCAM EX MP4 to FCP X best native compatible editing codec -Apple Prores, which is specially developed by Apple for fast and fluid post-production editing workflow in Final Cut Pro X.
Many zoom lenses of this length, and even shorter have the problem whereby the lens either extends or retracts under its own weight depending on whether the camera is pointing up or down. I had a Canon 28-105mm lens with this problem. More expensive lenses have zoom locks to prevent this from happening. $225 sound like a good price to me!