Question about Cameras
How to disassemble it and clean the internal fungal marks.
First off, you need special tools to get at the inner elements of a zoom lens - i've been working on lenses for 20 years, and i still don't have every tool needed sometimes :-)
second, makinon lenses are not really worth anything, even if they are in perfect condition - my advice is to buy a better zoom used that is in perfect condition already, since you would have spent that money in tools to try and clean this one, and everyone screws up the first lens they ever try to take apart...
some good lens brand names are sigma, tamron, kiron or any with the same camera name as your camera (canon, nikon, etc)
stick with japan made optics - can't go wrong usually.
Posted on Jan 21, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tokina 35-300mm af zoom lens
Unless you have extensive experience, this is best left to professionals. If you didn't spend much, then you could "learn" on it, but if it is something you really value...don't do it.
Posted on Nov 03, 2007
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