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Is there a way to remove the lens? i have water drops in it.

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No, you need to send it to a Canon service centre.

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The cost is high not only because some parts might need to be replaced but because the lens needs to be stripped down almost totally to ensure that no moisture remains trapped inside. Some of the materials used in the lens construction tend to absorb water and will either need to be replaced or removed and dessicated before being replaced. When originally built, most of the lens was assembled by robots but it's far more difficult and precise for a skilled human to dismantle and correctly reassemble a lens which will already have seen some wear and tear.

If every last drop of moisture is not removed then you can at the very least expect your lens to fog up regularly and to rapidly suffer the onset of lens fungus which will permanently damage the glass coatings. You'll also find that electronic parts will fail due to corrosion.

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This cannot be addressed except by a qualified artificer, and the cost would be prohibitive. Replace the camera, and be more careful in future.

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