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ArthurNikonF

Worcester, US
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"RE: Dust on sensor...."

ArthurNikonF Registered since 10th Oct 2011
Fri 25-May-12 04:09 PM

Should really only be an issue, and noticeable, if you are stopping the lens down. Of course, it stands to reason on a slower, variable aperture zoom, that it may become more noticeable.

I learned to stop worrying about D-SLR dust, and just accept it for what it is- a nuisance that will always be there, and one not worth fretting over.

-A

Please read my blog (Nikon, Hasselblad, AND Polaroid), at www.arthurpolaroid.wordpress.com/ Nikon D300, D40, F Photomic Ftn, FE-2, F3HP, N80, F2S

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