Hello. Apologies if I'm not positing in the correct place. I recently bought a Nikon D3300, my first DSLR. Along with it I ordered a new Nikon 35mm f/1.8G lens. My second time using this lens outdoors, it fogged up on the inside. I live in Mississippi at present, and it's rather hot and muggy out; I have been letting my lenses sit for a few minutes outside before use, to warm and reduce condensation. The lens fogged up a little when I began to use it, but I wiped it off immediately. However, my pictures were still blurry. I soon verified that the condensation was not on the outside of either end. I could see a film on the inside of the lens that goes into the camera body. I waited a couple minutes longer, and it slowly dissipated, and the lens was clear again. Still, it gave me concern that the humidity penetrated so easily. Because I'm new to DSLRs, I'd like advice. Is this normal? Should I return the lens as defective? Or should I just stay aware that this can happen in the future? Please note that due to imminent travel plans, if I'm going to return it, it has to happen this week. Thanks.