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My D80 fell from a foot n half above the ground level well packed in a good quality carry case few days back.uv filter attached to 18-135 Nikor lens cracked & lens cap was jammed. After carefully removing pieces of the uv filter & taking pictures dark patches appear top corners of pictures taken. What could have gone wrong & how serious does the problem look?

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Hi, allow me to suggest using another lens to see if you still see the dark patches in the top corners. If not it is the lens, if so it is the camera. Either way it sounds as though something is maladjusted. Call Nikon digital 1-800-645-6689.

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