>I called the store where I bought my D600. They were >surprised at my issue and said no one else had indicated a >problem. They encouraged me to bring the camera in. I won't >yet because I just cleaned it. When it is dirty again, I will >bring it in. Until then, I am contacting Nikon to see if they >are going to have plan for this issue directly. Nikon will not acknowledge any problems. What I did this last time was set the interval timer I take 3000 shots the sensor was A mess I cleaned it and them just #### 500 rapId shots ending with grey sky shots at f22 I looked at the photos and there was well over 300 spots so I called my dealer and returned it. I don't know why Nilon won't admit there is An issue I wonder if the price decrease Was to clean out inventory of all the bad cameras. My first 2 had a serial number in the 301 range the one I just sent back was 304.
So I am going to watch reviews and see if the stop talking about dust. Then I may try again. What I think is a Bigger issue is all this stuff is coming from some where. My guess it's pieces of shutter flaking off. So will there be premature shutter failure in these cameras in the next year or so and if so will Nilon fix them.
I have sent a letter to the NY repair center just to have on file my issues with the D 600. So far my dealer has been great taking these cameras back.