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I have a Nikon D60 ,I have a problem with my lens ,my lens is infected by fungus so my all pics are looks fogy.I just answer to how to remove from my lens.?

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I checked with service center for Nikon p100 fungus problem and they said, it can't be clean only replace the lens....

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This is not something you can do....you need to send the lens to a service center for a professional cleaning.

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