Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
Twice now I've gotten artifacts inside my D70 camera. Yes, both times I was outside during a windy day... but the artifacts then show up on all my photos. The first time I took it back to where I purchased the camera and they carefully, (somewhat experimented) tried different things to free the camera of the "flecks" of nature. Somehow (I think the compressed air)
they were able to get rid of the artifact. Then, while on vacation it happened again. I bought some compressed air, and with the telephoto lens off, carefully and gently blew some air inside --- but I was scared to death that I would hurt my beloved camera. Does anyone else have trouble with this??? What should I do?
AND - I need a replacement "user guide" for my D70 -where can I get one?
It sounds like you are getting dust on the CCD panel inside of the camera. Blowing off the dust should fix it unless it became stuck to it. Take care to not accidntly scratch the CCD panel.
The CCD panel sits where the film plane should be if the camera was using film.
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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