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Anuroop K Anil
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I have 2 lenses 50mm 1.4 and 24-70mm 2.8, 50mm has some fungus on it, does this fungus spread to the other lens when both are kept inside a drybox under stable humidity of 40-45%


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Varun
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 Fungus never spreads from your lens to a body or another lens, so there is no reason to worry about it spreading on your other lens. 


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Anuroop K Anil
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@varun sir does the fugus grow with in the same lens if the lens is already affected ( even if same lens is kept in dry box)


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@anuroop-k-anil Lens fungus is a combination of dust and moisture that finds its way into the interior elements of a camera lens. Dust by itself does not typically cause a problem, but if that dust contains fungus spores and is combined with moisture, fungus can grow


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