DX vs FX

Started Sep 14, 2012 | Discussions thread
OP elsier Regular Member • Posts: 410
Re: DX vs FX

Thank you so much!

We're doing a good job giving our equipment a lot of use -- and that is what it is for.

sshoihet wrote:
Have a look at the Copper hills wet cleaning method.


I've found the lens pen sensorklear has done the job pretty well for me up to now though not as good as wet cleaning. But it doesn't show up under f22 so i don't usually care.


I've got ~70K shots on my D7000

elsier wrote:

My shutter count is over 61,000... I treat the camera well and there is still a ways to go before things start to fail, but I just can't risk it. I think I'd be better off with a second D7000 than with a D3200 (unless Nikon comes out with a D7100).

I've tried the regular cleaning methods (the ones in the manual) but I seem to have a moving circus of specks in there, very annoying. I have to say, that is one thing that Olympus 4/3 -- which I used before -- never gave me trouble with.

sshoihet wrote:

I'd wait for a bit to see if there will be a sucessor to the D300s.

For birds, a D3200 would probably be better for the increased pixel count though you're a lot more limited with controls, smaller body etc.

Cleaning a sensor is easy, i'd learn how to do that too

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