Umm, how did a fly get into this ‘weather-sealed’ camera lens?

Weather-sealed camera lenses let you shoot in the rain, in the snow, at the beach, in a desert, and all sorts of situations that might otherwise make you think twice about bringing your gear. They’re sealed against the elements, so though it’s not uncommon to find some specs of dust here and there, that’s usually as bad as it gets… which is why I’d really like to know: how did a whole fly get into one? Roger Cicala from the aptly named penned a blog post detailing the process of removing said fly from a Canon 70-200mm F2.8 IS II lens.…

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