Question about Olympus Zuiko 300mm f/2.8 Lens
Hello and thanks ahead of time. With the small tools I do have, am I going to be able to remove the rear element assembly to clean off what looks like surface mold (on both sides) and then reassembly
Yes, it's fairly straightforward, but the fungus will have permanently damaged the lens element and is likely to spread.
Afterwards you may need to get the element adjusted (collimated) by a lens repairer.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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