Question about Nikon D100 Digital Camera
I bought a new D100 in late 2002. I shoot an average of 700-800 pics a year. A couple of weeks ago, I noticed the image in the viewfinder is very dim, with resulting images too dark. Flash does not help. The store where I bought the camera (plus another $3k in Nilor lenses) told me the problem is in the body and that I'd be better off upgrading instead of repairing. Up to this point the camera has been a dream to use. Anybody else have a similar problem? Thanks.
It could be something going on with the CCD. It's very expensive to repair. If you upgrade the body you should be able to used the lense as long as the body has the same adaptor.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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