How can I keep my D-600 when...

Started Sep 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
stevo23 Forum Pro • Posts: 20,056
Re: How can I keep my D-600 when...

LynchpinH wrote:

This is a recent crop from an affected image; top left corner.

I'm glad to hear your repair job worked. If they can fix it for me, great! I just don't have heaps of faith that they can fix it 100%. From what others have said, it seems like you start from scratch again - but from you said, perhaps they've refined the fix or something.

Still, if the D610 were to drop soon, I would like to swap mine for one of those. It rankles a bit that I've only had the camera 3 months and they (might be) release a new model to fix the exact problem I'm having.

I blasted my sensor with a rocket blower after seeing the below, hardly any of it shifted.

First - nice photo.

Second - stay away from f22! That scene needs f8 at the most.

Third - it's dirty alright. Do you know how many actuations you have on it? Mine was actually worse after the first 2 or 3 months with much greater accumulation in the upper left of the image. Maybe a good wet clean will fix you right up? Maybe you need to send it to Nikon?

I'll let you know how mine goes. I see dust - for sure there is some and I can make it show up. But in a normal image with proper focus etc., I really have to look for it. Much better.

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