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New Article Has Tips for Combating Lens Fungus

By April 23, 2014

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This time of the year, in the spring and early summer when rainy conditions are common and there's a lot of moisture in the air, you may be more likely to find yourself facing the issue of camera lens fungus.

Lens fungus is one of those camera problems that you may not have heard about much, but, depending on the climate in your location, it could be a problem with which you should familiarize yourself. Lens fungus is caused by moisture trapped inside or on the surface of the camera, where, when combined with warmth, fungus can grow from the moisture.

Click the link to read some tips for avoiding camera lens fungus problems and for removing the fungus.

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