Question about Tamron 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 DI XR for Canon
I Dropped my Tamron 28-300mm Lens for nikon and the zoom stopped working.
The repair will cost upwards of $150, I can buy a new lens instead.
Does anyone have a repair video - generic Tamron videos are good enough.
Repair Manuals are welcome as well.
Not worth the effort - these are very complicated internal workings and even if you managed to disassemble the glass it would be difficult to know what is damaged without a 1:1 drawing of the internals of that specific piece of glass - plus you do not have a clean room - not trying to comment on your housekeeping but a dedicated clean room with a laminar flow work bench to keep out the FM you would add just by opening up said glass in a normal room - Pay the money if you love the glass - if not they make interesting and fun paperweights...
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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