Question about Sigma Optics
Hi Helen, I'll try to assist you with this problem. It sounds like there has been a chemical deterioration of the enamel coating, and I doubt that there is an easy answer, since most people would have lost or broken the glasses by this time, so the problem wouldn't normally suface. The problem might be able to be curtailed by using a clear sealant on the emitting surfaces. I'm not certain which one would be best, but possibly a lacquer, or even clear fingernail polish might work well.
I would call around to some local camera repair shops, and see what they might suggest- there's the possibility that they've dealt with this problem before, in one form or another. They may also be able to suggest what woud be best to do, in this situation.
I really feel the body should be redone, but I don't know of anyone who does that.
Good luck, however, and hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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