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For a nikon D300 the pictures are coming greenish and with verticals fine lines. Do you know what could be going on?

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It might be a problem with the imaging sensor, (send it in), or just dust and gunk. Ii reccomend dust-aid for cleaning gunk off sensor. I use it on my camera, and on the site you can get $ 10 off if you click the $10 on the left column.

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