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The zoom portion of the lens is coming loose, how can I fix it?

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The zoom creep is an easy fix for Canon. I really do not recommend trying to tighten it yourself, since that would void your warranty.
It is usually free to tighten the zoom ring.
/Chris

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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