Question about Sony VCL-HG2037X (DBVCLHG2037X) Lens Converter
There is no solution, your lenses are spoiled forever. The fungi are eating up the resins used to glue togheter the compound lenses. Clearly you are living in a hot and humid envinronment.
In these conditions you can only prevent the problem by storing the camera in a sealed container filled with drying salts ( you can buy them in any camera,s shops ).
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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