Does There Exist A D600 Without Oil Spot Problem?

Started Nov 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
Rebel04 Forum Member • Posts: 84
Re: Does There Exist A D600 Without Oil Spot Problem?

marike6 wrote:

I heard the D600s doesn't have dust and oil, but actually Italian Dressing on the sensor. Seriously this is getting beyond ridiculous. Has this collective forum never owned a DSLR before? ALL DSLRs will get dust on the sensor at one point or another. It takes 2 minutes to clean off with Pec Pads and Eclipse.

Nikon keeps producing superb, class leading FF DSLRs, and this forum keeps sh*@ting all over them. The Canon and Sony forums are laughing at Nikon because apparently users don't know how to clean a DSLR sensor.

Lastly, the search function is there for a reason. The reason why people like the OP think this dust issue (real or imaginary) is more prevalent that it is because this question is being asked OVER and OVER again.

I think you don't know the problem!!

the spots appear on sensor after just a few shots after cleaning, you cannot clean the sensor every 100 pics!

you can't be cleaning spots off sensor every 50-100 pics, because this problem appears every 50-100 shoots !!!! yes, every 100 pics after cleaning

if you are a landscape photographer means you use high f/stop (like f/13 or even more because you really need all the DOF you can get, for example flower in front) and have sky at the top of the the spots show in your photos

It is unacceptable

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