Question about Canon Normal EF 50mm f/1.4 USM Autofocus Lens

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Same problem! I purchased this lens used and have been using it myself for about two years now. The AF would work sporatically and now won't work at all. I'm wondering if the cost of repairing it would be more than just replacing it?

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New they are about $360, repair could be as low as $ 100 for labor only. I would send it in to canon for an estimate at least.

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