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Dust on my Nikon D7000

User_Removed 14 17.9k 8 Norway
26 Mar 2011 8:19PM

Quote:Read up on " Refraction " and you will see what I mean......

Refraction i.e 'Defraction' (Vince always has a problem with his keyboard Grin)

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discreetphoton 13 3.5k 20 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2011 6:18AM
You too, Mike.

It's diffraction. Defraction is when you double a half Wink
gaelldew 10 361 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2011 11:16AM
Do as cameracat says get a Rocket blower and use as directed, Oh and I can see four spots even with my old eyes.
Outlander 8 78
27 Mar 2011 9:30PM
Maybe its not dust,could be grease from the shutter mechanism.Sad
Miuchai 5 1
17 Nov 2012 4:41AM
It is not dust. It is oil spray from the mirror motor. Same problem with the D600 "dust" on sensor. Nikon knew the issue but refuse to admit it.

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