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Iris failure with AF-S Nikkor 18-135mm lens. The iris parts have separated and are visible looking through the lens from the body end.Db0 works fine with another lens.

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Hi randywaterer, sorry to hear about the iris. That lens must go to Nikon for repairs. There is nothing you can do to fix it. Sending it to Nikon they will also do a complete CLA as well.

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