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zukester

Southbury, US
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zukester Registered since 17th Jul 2008
Tue 15-Sep-09 09:16 PM

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D300
F22
6 Seconds
18-200 Nikon, set at 18mm
RAW format

I took this picture in Bar harbor, ME one night a couple of weeks ago. This set of dots, which I thought were in the sensor, so far have been unduplicated by any means. I have a D300, set to "Clean sensor upon turning on and shutdown", and no other pictures I took of the moonrise behind me, or anything else that day, before that day or after, has produced this.

Was not dust on the lens, as I checked it immediately. Was not dust any place I could find.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Bob Zuvich
"Zukester"

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