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Old Feb 21, 2011, 6:27 AM   #11
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I would still get the lens fixed for free under warranty if possible. This would give the op a backup if they decide to step up to a better or it could be sold/traded in after repair to save a few bucks towards a new lens.
I'd agree...

Regardless of whether the camera is under warranty the lens most likely
still is... For the cost of shipping (one way) the OP could have the lense
fixed or replaced...
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