Use microfiber cloth and lens solution to clean the lens thoroughly. Don’t drop the cleaning solution directly on the lens, but put it onto the microfiber cloth. The next step is to mix 20 part of clean water to 1 part of 3.5 percent rubbing alcohol.
Dip another microfiber cloth into the diluted alcohol solution and rub it into the scratched area gently until those fine scratches disappear. Use a fresh, clean microfiber cloth to dry and buff the affected area.
5 Replies to “Fixing a Lightly Scratched Camera Lens”
Nice, Thanks for this!
I think that you could do with some pics to drive the message home a little bit, but other than that, this is great blog. A great read. I will certainly be back.
The old lenses will mount. However, if they are manaul focus lenses, they will not meter on your D40.You will have to manaully focus them and use an external meter. This is very do-able, if you are willing to take your time to get the shot right. Some of those old lenses are probably very high quality and will give you great results.If you want autofocus and metering, then the lenses will not work as you intend.To achieve full compatibility, you need a Nikon AF-S or AF-I lens. Regular AF lenses will meter, but not autofocus.Hope that clears things up for you!
Thank you for your article.Thanks Again. Awesome.
Very informative article post.Really thank you! Will read on…