>Dust on the inside of the glass is another story. Doesn't >really hurt anything, but it's fairly annoying when it doesn't >seem to happen to other bodies, or even all D300's. > >What's causing it in mine is the question!
Some years ago I had a camera (F5 maybe) that collected a lot of dust. Turned out it was an operator error. I wanted to have the camera ready instantly so I could pull over to the side of the road and shoot quickly or grab and go. So, I put a blanket on the passenger seat, and laid the camera there. Wool blanket --Bad move. Eventually I came to the party and figured out that there was a tremendous static buildup on the camera. Stopped using the wool blanket, problem went away.
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