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I have a Nikon D80...On every photo I take there is a very thin, very light line all the way across the image..I have tried 3 different lens on this body thinking it might be the lens but every lens still has the line...so I am positive it is the camera body itself..what is this?

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It is a sensor problem. You should contact the support people at the Nikon website.

Posted on Sep 10, 2010

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