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The lens has a couple of very thin aperture blades that open and close to let light in.....sometimes they get a bit of oil on them from heat exposure and they don't move, cutting off all light. The zoom lens assembly has to be dissassembled and the blades cleaned - about a $115 job for a repair shop.

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The cap is a plastic disk, usually black or silver, that snaps on at the end of the lens to keep the lens clean. Some lenses have two caps, one for each end when not attached to the camera.
Some cameras don't use a "loose" cap; those cameras generally retract the lens into the camera body and "close" a door in front of the lens.
Many, if not most, camera users do not use a cap (my guess).

The wide angle lens is generally an "optional" lens that can be used for group or scenery pictures when you want to shoot a "wide" picture. A "normal" lens is generally around 50mm (plus / minus 5mm). A wide lens is anywhere from 17mm to 24mm (or so).

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go here and download the manual in your language

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it's on page 9-10

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