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My house flooded and two camera lenses got wet in a camera bag. what do I do? The glas is drying out but the inside of the lense still looks wet. How do I fix this?

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Unfortunately if water got inside the lens it will leave a residue on the elements. The only safe way to fix it is to have it repaired.
They will need to take it apart and clean everything.
Sorry.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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