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About the spots on photos..

I have few grey spots on all my photos..especcialy on the blue ,light gray or white..and deep blue ones
I have the camera for 8 days now..and I keep having this problem toghether with a non Attached lens eror....is this a problem who ..normally can be solved..by chaging your camera?I mean..I really dont know how this works...the spot problems is not a thing to be solved on this camera ....must be changed...right?

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    andi n. Feb 03, 2008

    yes...new in the box...last week...Im affraid it is  a ccd failure...not just  a simple dust problem...

  • andi n.
    andi n. Feb 04, 2008

    I got it back today in order to be sent to nikon to check this problem..Thanks a lot man..really helped;)

  • andi n.
    andi n. Feb 25, 2008

    I sent the camera to nikon..I got it back...well..hopefully it was just a dirty sensor..however ..well..same error with the non atached lense..strange...who knows...
    bye

  • Kevin Pettit
    Kevin Pettit May 11, 2010

    Spots would indicate a dirty CCD sensor, did you buy this new?

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I recommend returning it. Nikon's QC may be lacking these days

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