Question about Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Lens
You can TRY to see if the screws are loose on the back of the camera around the rear element. Sometimes they look flush but need a couple of gentle turns to bring everything where it should be. If possible you should use a JIS (Japanese Industrial Standard) Phillips screwdriver so you don't strip the screwdriver head. Don't use too much force - these are precision instruments and only need a certain mechanical tightness - too much can cause harm.
Unfortunately, if it's not those rear end screws, you'll have to send it in to Canon. Fortunately Canon is very good about repairing lenses, even if they are slightly out of warranty.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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