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Curious as to if this is lens haze or not . Have not noticed anything in the photographs . Thanks

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Looks like haze and maybe even a couple spots of fungus. A CLA is a good idea.

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Agree with both @jaapv and @a5m, if you do have any fungus and the lens is important to you, get a CLA sooner rather than later... or it may eat some coatings you wish it had not....

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