Question about Cameras
I have access to a database for a major photo publication and took a look at their test results. According to their results, it's a very good lens. You may have knocked an element out of alignment, have dirt or fungus on the lens. In any situation, it would be worth having a qualified tech check and clean the lens.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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