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If you see "black spots!" on the tube that normal for gen1,,,
its the way the tubes are,,,however the biger they are the cheaper the tube was

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If you mean dirt on the inside of the lenses like mould growing cheaper to buy a new scope or if flaking internals get a quote for repair

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dont try cleaning your sensor yourself as you may spoil it and finally have to refer a service center of the brand .

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I see some hair inside the lenss when i look thru the view finder


It's very unlikely to get hair inside the lense. You probably see the hair on the reflex mirror of your camera. Remove the lense, Check inside the camera body for any dirt, dust, hair etc. Take a blower-brush (you can get one from the nearest camera dealer) and gently blow-brush away any particles from the mirror and the cavity. DO NOT use any force and don't touch the curtain shutter as it can easily be damaged. Don't touch the insides of the camera with your fingers, since the grease from the fingertips attract dust. Replace the lense. The hair should be gone now.

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Whenever I go to use the camera, in all settings, the f stop just flashes and the camera refuses to take the shot. is there a simple solution or do i need to go to specialist repairers? this happens with a...


This usually means your camera is not communicating with the lens properly. Inside the body of the camera - directly above the opening for the lens mount - are 7 square / rectangular pads. These pads are the electrical contact points, that when mated to the corresponding pins of an automatic Nikon (or compatible) lens, provides the signals to set / confirm f-stop, focus, etc.

Since this is occurring on several lenses, unless you're failing to install the lenses fully into the body, the issue probably lies with the camera body itself. There may be an issue with dust, dirt or oxidation on these contacts - or a problem inside the camera - that is interfering with the those signals. You can wipe these contacts with an alcohol prep pad in an attempt to dislodge any dust and dirt. Clean any lenses used on the camera as well - as dust and dirt on the camera contacts means it's probably been transferred to the lenses, too. Oxidation is a bit trickier to tackle - because the camera is wide open to collecting anything that drops into it. If cleaning with an alcohol prep doesn't solve the problem, I'd contact Nikon support for their suggestions or to arrange for repair.

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Might be the lense is died,or dirty look on ebay for a replacement,but open it up 1st and look inside 1st for loose cable,and make sure the lense is clear of dirt

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I got some dots in every pictures i have taken and it's all on the same spot. what are these? is this a pixel problem? can it be fixed?


Not quite enough information for solve.

have you printed these pics and seen the spots?
whayt happens if you print it on a different printer.
Are these dots visible on the preview of the camera?

It could be moisture spot ore dirt inside ofthe camera or even the lense itself Sometimes bacteria will grow inside the lense.
Inspect the lens itself, as well as the mirror insie the camera to see if there is dirt or speck on them.

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Never touch the mirror... it will leave a mark. Is it underneath the viewfinder ? If it's not in the viewfinder, how do you know you have dirt. If there is dirt on the sensor, that's a decent pro job. Special ways to get to the sensor and cleaning is a very tricky job.

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Dirt on the inside of the front lense


Hello, I very much doubt that a small piece of dirt on the lens is a problem. It is more likely that your sensor needs to be cleaned. Sensor dirt is more visible at small (f11 to f32) apertures. I expect that you are shooting bright snow with a small aperture & this is why you are seeing the problem. To check, try the following.
Set camera to Av, ISO 100.
take some photos of the sky, a blank wall, or some other featureless surface, as follows:
1 - Set aperture to highest possible f - number.
2 - set aperture to lowest f-number.
3 - repeat 1 with a different lens
4 - repeat 2 with a different lens.

I expect that you will see photo 1 and photo 3 will have identical smudges of dirt on them. Photos 2 and 4 should have no smudges. If this is the case, your problem is dirt on the camera sensor. The only way to fix it is to clean your sensor.

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if everything including sony menu is unclear, yeah cleaning may help. dirt can get inside the engine too. look at a white screen, this is your answer (or a black in some cases). any dirt on mirror or lense will be uncolored distortions. colored distortions are inside the light engine.

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Lens won't in on camera and makes clicking sound.


When you dropped your camera, some dirt got on the outside of the lense or some mechanical part of the lense broke or dislocated. If some of the mechnical part of the lense is damaged, you need to open up the lense from the camera and inspect the parts. Look for loose parts, then clean it and put it back.
I had the same problem with my sony Cyber-shop, but it was not dropped. somehow one or more small piece of dirt got on the outside of the lense. Here is what I did and the problem was fixed for good.
While turning the camera off, I pressed on the lense (up and down motion) softly. After a few times, the lense retracted 95% of the normal retracted position. I then, pressed the lense a little harder in untill it was fully retracted. It has been working okay since then.

You should always keep the outside of the lense clean and do not drop it.

Good luck

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