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The glass lenses the light shines thru need cleaning

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Strictly speaking it means that the binos are write-offs, but if you can remove the lenses and carefully polish off the fungus you should be ok. There's some evidence that leaving the lenses out in sunlight for a few days kills any remaining fungus due to ultra-violet exposure (doesn't remove the dead stuff though). Some fungi will attack the lens coatings causing permanent damage (reduced image contrast, more lens flare) but the most common type does not.

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