The scratch right below the reflecting mirror on D600.

Started Oct 27, 2012 | Discussions thread
larrywilson
larrywilson Veteran Member • Posts: 6,522
Re: Good grief! This isn't jewelry people!

I have mentioned several times in this forum about mass produced products.  There is no way in heck that each product will be perfect with an essembly line manufactured product.  There is no way in heck that the parts within a camera will have no marks because a machine or person has to essemble the parts and a lot of the parts move inside of the camera.  If the essembly involves installing a part by person or machine, then a small essembly mark may be present on most of the same model of camera.

Dust is always present inside of an interchangable lens camera.  Almost all images are not taken at an f16 or higher of a white wall, white sky or blue sky where any small speck may show up on the image.  If an image is taken with the above setting of the sky maybe once a month then I would tend to agnore the speck or two and take care of it in post processing.

Larry

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