Not that great a lens-- any reason you can't use a similar focal length that's
more easily found?
> On Aug 15, 2016, at 6:38 AM, Bernd Luetzeler <fi...@gmx.de> wrote:
> Dear Jeff,
> no it doesn’t seem like it’s easily replaceable, it’s a Angenieux 28mm 1.8
> Type S2,
> and whatever I find online has astronomic prices.
>> Am 15.08.2016 um 13:32 schrieb Jeff Kreines <j...@kinetta.com>:
>> A lot depends on which Angenieux lens it is. If it's a common old lens like
>> a 12-120, cheaper to find a replacement rather than fix it -- or get a used
>> one to "borrow" the lens group from.
>> Jeff Kreines
>>> On Aug 15, 2016, at 6:09 AM, Bernd Luetzeler <fi...@gmx.de> wrote:
>>> Dear Frameworkers,
>>> by accident, I have spilled some Ballistol oil onto the front lens of an
>>> Angenieux lens,
>>> and I am having a hard time finding someone who can repair it or help me
>>> repair it myself.
>>> I have tried a local camera repair, the dismantled it but they could not
>>> fix it.
>>> They said that the problem is that the two front elements are glued
>>> and the oil has creeped into the gap between the lenses.
>>> So I was wondering if there’s anyone here who knows what to do or where to
>>> send it?
>>> I’m in Berlin, Germany…
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