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Hi, I bought a 50 mm Summicron secondhand a couple of years ago. Judging from the serial number, I think it was produced around 2001 or so. Anyway, I have noticed dark marks on some the aperture blades. Judging from the images below, can anyone tell if this is oil or something else? And whether or not it might affect image quality (and thus should be sent for repair)? I'm not worried about the resell value as I intend to keep it. But I would like it to be in good condition as it is my most used lens on the Leica. Thanks in advance.
Hi Everyone I've just got a film back from a develop and scan, with apparent processing problems - I wondered if those with more experience might tell me what I'm looking at - are these drying marks on the negative, or a (Noritsu) scanner problem? If the problem is that the negs haven't been dried correctly and marks are showing during the scan, is there any way of getting the marks off the negatives ? Thanks in advance for your comments (for info camera is 11f Red Dial in great condition, 3,5 Red Scale Elmar the same, Fison hood in place, film is XP2 C41 processed)
This is a Canon 1D(s) issue, but I know some M8 users have mentioned seeing evidence of lubricant spatter on their sensors, so it seemed appropriate to note that it DOES happen. Support - Digital SLR - EOS-1Ds Mark III - Service Notices - Canon USA Consumer Products Kudos to Canon for being on top of this issue, even if they have been knocked for being slow to respond to some things (1DIII AF issues, e.g.) Kudos to Canon for the detailed and extensive explanation of what is going on - including the Mark-Norton-like "surgery" picture of the offending mirror hinges. As Leica move