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sigmuh

Vancouver, CA
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sigmuh Registered since 22nd Dec 2006
Thu 14-Dec-06 05:11 PM

I just picked up a D70s yesterday for $550 CAD (body). It's awesome! I've owned a D50 prior to my purchase so in terms of an upgrade, it's not a black-and-white difference. But it's a D70s!

There were a few things I wanted to ask though:

1) I've noticed that the LCD screen isn't as sharp as it is on the D50. Maybe it's just mine? Or maybe Nikon sharpened it for the release of the D50?

2) It was a used body and I noticed a black dot, through the viewfinder, in one of the focusing brackets. It doesn't bug me but I would like to try to get rid of it. Is it safe to remove my lens and use a pressure air blower (fairly small tube, high pressured) to spray around the inside of the body? I don't want to damage anything on my 2nd day.

3) Did I already mention that the D70s is awesome?

Thanks!

- Kevin, Nikon D70s
"If it ain't a Nikon, then...... you should get one."

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