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Cleaning a Baader Hyperion Clickstop Zoom

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Hi Guys (and Gals),

Can anyone assist me with this prob. I bought a second-hand zoom and discovered the thing is all dusty ...inside. I need to use it for imaging ...and this is not good enough. How this happened I will never know as the previous owner is deceased!

Anyone know if the unit can be opened for cleaning and if so how much of a challenge would it be?



PS. Being in the Southern Hemisphere, sending it back to the manufacturers is really the last resort.

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