What's all the fuss about sensor dust - take photographs and enjoy it!

Started Nov 7, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Rafferman New Member • Posts: 4
What's all the fuss about sensor dust - take photographs and enjoy it!

Go easy guys, I'm a new user here although I've been following this site and forums for a quite a while.

I'm a D600 owner and love the camera. Last weekend I visited the Holy Island in Northumberland, UK with my family and had a great time out and about with my camera. Now to the point of the post.

After taking hundreds of shots over the weekend. I've noticed a number of dust/oil marks on some of the photographs. Is it the end of the World? No! I'll just buy some sensor swaps and Eclipse and get on with cleaning it. I got some great shots (IMO) and the camera is a joy to use. I will continue to take photographs, clean the sensor when necessary, take more photographs, etc, etc.

I've posted a few pics to let you see the point I'm making - The photos are more important than some spots/marks.

A view across the bay to Lindisfarne Castle

Bamburgh and Seahouses

St Mary's

Typical Holy Island Boat Huts.

TypLidisfarne Castle

Holy Island Causeway beginning to flood.

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