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Nikon D90 with Sigma 18-200 lense - Target moves when turning ON

I noticed recently that in my brand new D90 the target moves when turning on the power.

If I take of the lense cover and look through to some object with the 18-200 OS lense and turn the power ON, the target moves slightly upwards. When turning the power OFF the target moves down a bit. I'm wondering if it is the OS kicking in, but this does not seem normal and it is quite irritating.

Any solution? Thanks.

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This is the OS setting up its normal

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