Question about Mamiya RB67 Pro SD Medium Format Camera
I have a Mamiya 250mm lens, 127mm and 50mm lenses. All 3 have fungus/spores inside the elements. Can anyone tell me how to take these lenses apart and clean please? What should I use to clean them? Thanks.
These lenses arn't designed to be taken apart.
A camera specialist may help but they should alwys be kept dry and at room temp never warm and humid. Silicate gel in your storage bag also prevents this from happening.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
This is not a do-it-yourself job. Lenses are put together with exacting tolerances and you will screw up all kinds of things unless you are a trained technician. If the lens has fungus it just indicates it's got some age and well overdue for a repair shop servicing. Remember to un-**** a lens if you don't plan to use it for a while.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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