Quick Survey on D7000 Oil Spots Did you have them: Yes or No
But that still might not help you. The reason I didn't use the camera at f/22 is because too many people said that at f/22 it's just dust spots. I had gained the additonal spots after a Nikon cleaning at f/8-f/11 and never at f/22.
I greatly appreciate your effort.
(BTW, I'm a lady and not a sir... heehee)
My sincer appologies Ma'm. Though I fear I will forget in the future.
Is this croped or the entire frame and at what aperature?
No worries about it.. on forums I'm assumed to be male until proven female. Comes with the internet territory.
That is the entire frame and the aperture is f/8.
No. When I first read about oil spots here, it seemed that most who had them had done rapid fire shooting. Since I do not have the problem, I have not kept up with the issue.
One possibility would be that the camera was kept in a warm to hot environment, causing oil to seep out. This occurs often with lenses.
'A man will occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of the time he will pick himself up and continue on.'
People write articles about planes that crash, but not planes that take off fine. Complaints are human nature, so 13% of users compared to 87% here is not necessarily a reflection of 13% of the D7000s out there.
No, but you worry to much so you should get a different model or brand.
Yes and NO
Are you locateted in low humidity state or in high humidity state?
No oils spots 9 months use
If you are still polling - count me for yes (x2)
Been back to Nikon 4x with it since Mid-May.
first two they just cleaned and mailed back.
third time they replaced the unit
fourth time they replaced a (mystery) part
fifth time they are just offering me my money back.
may take them up on it as this point - disappointed as I wanted this to work out. Seems if root cause was known and fixable they would take care if it - but hasn't happened yet.
most of the time they re-occur in
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