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My D80 sensor scratch

Hello,
i went to clean my camera sensor but i touch the sensor
it will be scratch :(
i buy it last 2 month
i have a warranty for it the agent repair it?

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  • master848 Apr 19, 2009

    please help me

  • master848 Apr 19, 2009

    i clean it by air pamp it have an some very small plastic touch the sensor may be.
    if i use the camera with F3.5 to F5.6 on the lens
    i see the scratch alpha but if i used it on F36 it will be very dark dot

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They will probably tell you these: "Physical Damage is NOT Covered by this Warranty"
Do you see scratch on the pictures?

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There are a couple of sample images of what this looks like here and here.

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