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I would like to know if this makes a big deal or not. Is this something that someone should take care of? That's up to you. Is the camera in danger to break apart... I'd expect the crack could get worse with normal use. If you use the camera as intended by the manufacturer, it shouldn't be in any immediate danger of falling apart. If you throw it out a ...


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Digital-only solutions: Use a "short" adapter, as rackandboneman suggests. This may also work with rangefinders that have short FFD. Use the yellow filter with custom white balance. Solutions that will also work with film: Black and white photography with the colored filters. Repair the filter using glass from an appropriately sized UV filter. The glass ...


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I'm so sorry to hear what happened to the lens you borrowed. But dropped lenses happen. It appears the lens has been severely misaligned due to the shock of being dropped. Lenses can usually be realigned by a skilled repair technician if nothing is mechanically broken and the range of adjustment allows for any slightly bent parts. This is something not even ...


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It looks like you just broke an UV filter. The metal rim may have warped a bit and this is why your lens cap is stuck. You can try to pry it out but you can also replace it. But you may want to inspect the rest of the lens. The (real) front lens may have scratches caused by the glass shards from the filter (*), and the filter thread may be damaged. You can ...


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It looks like the actual lens elements are ok, but the filter on the front was damaged. It also looks like the threading for the filters might have been damaged on the lens as well. These are the actual elements in that lens. The main front element is recessed. That being said, any hit hard enough to damage a lens in that manner could have damaged the ...


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my camera isn old n have lots of noise . iam confuse whether its a body or a lens##


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