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Old Sep 13, 2006, 7:38 PM   #1
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The lens is a little fogged. Can anyone tell me how to get the gold haze off the lens?

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Old Sep 13, 2006, 8:11 PM   #2
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I always wanted one of those, but could never get one for the right price on ebay.

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Old Sep 14, 2006, 8:09 AM   #3
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Had to take a double look but I don't think it's the lens - it might be your monitor.
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Old Sep 14, 2006, 2:37 PM   #4
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The lens is a little fogged. Can anyone tell me how to get the gold haze off the lens?

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I think that is the early SMC coating.

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Old Sep 14, 2006, 3:27 PM   #5
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I'm a bit concerned about your lack of common knowledge. It's obvious for the trained eye that this is not the actual camera but a pre-cambrium fossil, thus proving that the Pentax brand truly is the oldest, still existing camera make in the market. Believe my word, I'm actually an expert in this field.

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I'm a bit concerned about your lack of common knowledge. It's obvious for the trained eye that this is not the actual camera but a pre-cambrium fossil, thus proving that the Pentax brand truly is the oldest, still existing camera make in the market. Believe my word, I'm actually an expert in this field.

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Beg to differ, the faint iridium sheen implies the late mesozoic.

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Old Sep 15, 2006, 1:48 PM   #7
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Monza76 schreef:
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I'm a bit concerned about your lack of common knowledge. It's obvious for the trained eye that this is not the actual camera but a pre-cambrium fossil, thus proving that the Pentax brand truly is the oldest, still existing camera make in the market. Believe my word, I'm actually an expert in this field.

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Beg to differ, the faint iridium sheen implies the late mesozoic.

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Sorry, but i think you're all wrong. This is a prototype of the new KX model. (Where X stands for 11 of 111 or something.) It's - the body and the lens- not only dust- and watersealed. - You can dive with it!- But to protect the 12 Mb Cmos from damaging, this lens -and body- is also lightsealed.It's a scoop, but, of course, we don't talk about it for now.



Richard.

When you look you will see, SMC Sealed Mater Closed, where the M sould be a W of course.





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Old Sep 15, 2006, 1:53 PM   #8
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SMC shiny metal camera.
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Old Sep 15, 2006, 3:54 PM   #9
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took awhile but how's this. thanks ira..

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Thanks, where did you get the cleaner. I did not know software could clean lenses. Is that K10D I see in the reflection?

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