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    FS: Olympus 50mm 1.8 lens in the box

    Here is an Olympus 50mm 1.8 lens in the OM System box. There are 2 problems: one---the lens number does not match the number on the box two---the aperture is lazy and needs to be cleaned. However the glass is nice and the OM lens data is in the box. A great deal for someone willing to spend an hour or two cleaning this. $7 plus shipping.

    PayPal ok for international, check/cash/money order for buyers in the USA please.

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    Ooh, I'll take that...pm'ing you now.

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    Thanks...gone off to the North it is.
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    Is it standard with oil on the aperture blades on these? I got that on mine too!!
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    Yes, this is a common problem. Some people think this is made worse by storing the lenses on their side, but I don't know about that. It is not difficult to solve, but you need an hour or two of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Goodman View Post
    Yes, this is a common problem. Some people think this is made worse by storing the lenses on their side, but I don't know about that. It is not difficult to solve, but you need an hour or two of time.
    Jon
    I don't have the nerves for that, probably I should just let the local camera repairman earn his bread instead then.
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