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Of course the D800 is full frame and the DX 18-135 is a DX. The only thing the D800 needs to do is switch to DX mode. The Nikon FF camera's can work with DX lenses. (if the lens has a chip) You still have a nice 15 Mp picture on the D800. But if something was wrong with the lens, you should have an error on the display.
Please to check the lens, switch to live view. You should see something. If not, really something can be wrong.
Carful go to taking a picture step by step. Be sure the lens is correctly put on the body. But before you put it on, look is all contacts are clean shiny and there are no dents.
If a haze is on the lower part of the screen, and picture, that means something is wrong on the upper side of the sensor. It is almost impossible it has to do with the lens. Although you can look if the front of the lens is clean. Only clean a lens with a lens pen and not with any fluid or paper towel.
I just wonder if the camera was in a moist environment for a longer time. This could be the reason a part of the sensor has changed. Something like mould can have grown on the sensor. If that is true, I don't thick it is worth bringing it is for a repair.
double vision in a rear projection tv has several reasons. one is convergence magnets are out of tune. u need to tune them which is back side of picture tubes. u please observe that which color is producing the double vision. the lens are firmly fixed & therefore need not to adjust. other option is to adjust the convergence of tv by going to service mode by remote.
the problem with your tv is on the small signal module. this is the board located on the left as you look at the chassis from the rear. Two large heat syncs are on this module, they each have an STK392-120 need to replace these parts (soldered in) and also any of the 6.8 ohm 1 watt resistors near these ic's that look physically burnt. Do not touch the tubes or try to adjust the lens etc. the problem is definitely electronic failure of these components, I've done hundreds!
yes, I know what is wrong and there is a simple way for you to confirm this.
Have you ever seen a TV with just a white line across the screen from left to right? On a regular TV if this happens and you leave it on long enough it will burn the mark into the screen.
I suspect what you have is two of the picture tubes in this projection TV have a burn--it is caused because the set lost either horizontal or vertical sweep--picture either closed from left/right or top to bottom for a moment and then came back on instantly---burns a mark in one or more of the 3 tubes screens.
Way to confirm is simple--with the back cover removed cover each lens one at a time with the set turned on--be very careful when you do this not to touch anything else---
if you cover a lens and one of the marks goes away that tube is burnt----my guess is you are going to find at least 2 of the 3 tubes are burnt on the screen---
Problem here is the tube or tubes need to be replaced to correct this AND whatever caused this HAS TO BE FOUND ALSO OR IT WILL DO THE SAME THING TO THE NEW TUBES--
CONSIDERING the cost of two or more replacement tubes you are most likely better to buy a new TV---I have seen about 100 sets with just exactly what your are describing---It does not happen a lot--but once it happens the damage is permanent.
I know I am not giving you good news but I am sure from your description this is what has happened.
Sorry to give you bad news---see for yourself if you cover each lens one at a time--if you do this and the marks are gone you know exactly what has happened.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR NEED MORE INFORMATION--let me know here--I am here to help but cannot always give good news.
most of these sets have 3 lens for the three picture tubes inside and also a mirror---if it has never had the lens cleaned they could be dusty and this will diminish the brightness and clarity of your picture---if real dirty the picture will look washed out------most of these sets you can remove the back cover(unplug set first) and gain access to the lens ; clean them with a lens cloth or a paper towel with glass cleaner.
The lens isnt the problem the tubes(CRTs) are what go bad. Whats your model number I may be able to help you out. The other site I work at has a huge inventory of used picture tubes that are all in good working order. Finding new tubes for anything older than 97 models is almost impossible. But post your model number and I should be able to help you out.
First unplug set and remove back cover then you should see the three picture tubes . Using a soft cloth spray windex on the cloth then clean your lens and use the dry side to wipe away . Do not press hard as the lens are plastic . If you cannot see the tubes thru the back side you must enter thru the front . Would need to know make and model # of your set located on the if you need more assistance . If you are a smoker this could very well improve your picture . Good luck