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Nikon D600 sensor dust and oil residue issue

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Published on Jan 2, 2013

Went to the beach to try out my Nikon D600's built in intervalometer and did a time lapse. Imagine my horror/annoyance when I saw there was oil and dust all over the sensor, clearly visible on the timelapse. This is on a fairly new D600, although I have used it a fair bit (I am a professional wedding photographer). It doesn't normally show up in general shooting, which I usually do with more wide open apertures (don't normally do many landscapes). Hopes this helps when considering buying the D600, this is an known issue that the sensor has - it is rather prone to dust and oil spots.

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