A few years ago, I gave my step-daughter my old Pentax K100D Super and upgraded to a Nikon D5100. She never used it and I suddenly have it back along with assorted lenses and accessories. After a few days I have fallen in love all over again. Sadly, it will always play second fiddle to the Nikon. It is always good to have a back-up though. A photographic menage a trois doomed to end in tears.
The camera herself is in great shape (even after all these years). However, one lens - a Sigma 28 - 300 f3.5-6.3 has some fungus in the back lens. (I think that it was stored with some silica gel packets, which I understand might not be the smartest way to store lenses. It is not my favourite lens and I could probably get by without it. Indeed, the fungus is not even that noticeable. But I wondered if anyone knew how to get rid of fungus?