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Old Oct 17, 2012, 06:31 AM
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Originally Posted by victapilot View Post
Thanks, Fishy, those are nice images. I now know that my issue is unique, possibly caused by water getting in when I dunked it. No problem, I'll buy another or put in a HK Wing lens.

Here's a flight today - mostly to check colors and color stabilty with 0.49, fluorescent etc. You can see the edge effects, glad it's only for this one
To victapilot:

and if others want to jump in to say no-n-NO, I know one person will, he he he?

With the lenses I own the deal extreme , usbfever, kodak known as wx-67, fe-20, They are metal and glass, I gotten the moisture out with general heat from a toaster oven, not inside, If I can find that video, I shall post it up or redo it?

I placed on to a towelette/napkin, then on a plate, evn a Coffee cup ( may be better) and allowed time. that done the trick, for me? You can mark the lens in two spots, and open up the lens itself and try to allow some heat to get the moisture out. and refocus. SInce the lens is plastic, you must be a little more careful


That is correct, I used a ______!

Kodak Playsport fe12 issue thoughts (3 min 39 sec)

FE-12 Conclusion of moisture (10 min 41 sec)
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