Published Jun 17, 2020
We all know that damage to your lens is bad, but just how bad is bad? Chris and Jordan investigate the image quality impact of dust, water, fingerprints and cringe-inducing scratches on your lens. As you might imagine, the results range from ‘barely noticeable’ to, well, much worse than that.
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