Question about Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
I have had the Nikon D80 w/ 18-135 lens for a few weeks and just lately notice a gray spot that occurs on every shot in exactly the same place, I checked that the lens is clean front and back, AF sensor is clean. Is this a defect or did I do something? I'm thinking about returning it to Circuit City right away but can I claim it was defective?.
Your sensor may have gotten dust on it to confirm this, set camera to a small aperture eg. f22 and take a picture of a white page then set camera to a large aperture eg f3.3 ant take the same picture. If it is dust you will see the spot on the shot taken at f22 and not the one taken at f3.3. This can be solved by having the sensor cleaned. If the gray spot is on both images you most likely have a damaged sensor
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Posted on Nov 24, 2007
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