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My problem looks like it's between the glass elements. When the cement between lens elements fails, the problem is called Balsam separation (or just separation). Canada Balsam was used as an optical cement in very old lenses, but has been long been replaced with other materials in modern lenses. The problem is not "Schneideritis". Schneideritis ...


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Speaking generally, here are the problems I see with buying photographic equipment internationally: If the seller speaks a different language to you, there may well be problems communicating about problems or even simply about the basic item details/condition. You are importing an item - you may/will be liable to pay sales tax and customs duty as levied by ...


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First, figure out a reasonable price. No, wait: first, let go of any expectation that you'll get back close to the price you paid. That money is gone, time has passed, and people are excited about new models (for the same reasons you want to upgrade). Second, then, find a reasonable price. I think the best way to do this is to look on reputable sites that ...


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