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New Nikon D3000 owner, been happy until recent discovery. Help?

Trev801

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Trev801 Registered since 13th Nov 2010
Sat 13-Nov-10 05:23 AM

Hey all, I'm brand new here and this looks like a fun and knowledgeable site! I dislike that my first post here is a with a problem as I was hoping to just dicover/share knowledge and amazing pictures.

So first off, I just recently bought a used nikon d3000 from a fellow local friend/Honda enthusiast. The camera is 6months old and came with everything that would when purchasing new, even have the box! Awesome right? lol

But, unfortunately I'm having an issue with the way my pictures are coming out. I didn't notice it at first and have been having fun learning the camera and taking high quality photo's. Well I'm pretty bummed out right now cause I just noticed something that is appearing on most of my pictures, seems like the darker the colors in the picture are the more of these spots I can see. I'm not sure the terminology to explain what they are, but I would call them spots or hickeys. At first I thought it was my monitor, so to make sure I zoomed in on a photo and the spots/hickey follow with the image and didn't remain stationary would proves its not my monitor but in fact something on the photo.

I dunno if its just dust or if something is wrong with the camera but I figured this would be the best place to find out what it is and possibly how to fix it so I don't have to try and get my money back for this lovely camera.

Here are some pictures of what I'm talking about.

http://i959.photobucket.com/albums/ae71/trev801/D3000/DSC_0074.jpg
http://i959.photobucket.com/albums/ae71/trev801/D3000/DSC_0159.jpg
http://i959.photobucket.com/albums/ae71/trev801/D3000/DSC_0160.jpg

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