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    Quote Originally Posted by JYwhatsthisz View Post
    One question, how much do sensor cleaning cost? and i recently came across a speck of black dot on my viewfinder, it's not on my lens, then i tired using a blower still persist, where can that dot be? any idea?
    Don't think you will see dot on sensor through viewfinder. Most probably the dot is on the mirror or viewfinder itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamesf View Post
    Don't think you will see dot on sensor through viewfinder. Most probably the dot is on the mirror or viewfinder itself.
    maybe he can try using a blower, if still cannot means it's inside the viewfinder which is normal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange View Post
    $20+ iirc, most probably is dust in your viewfinder. Mine have too
    thats what i think of too, cause i used a blower to blow with and without mirror lock up and it's still there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye View Post
    Dot on viewfinder? Sensor? Are you sure u need sensor cleaning?
    The fact that should do we need to send our camera sensor for cleaning when it reaches a certain shutter count?
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    sensor cleaning can be done on your own. don't have to waste the $20 n time to travel to get it cleaned. Youtube has tons of videos on sensor cleaning. go watch it and see if you are comfortable doing it yourself. I do my own sensor cleaning.

    PS: Actually, you are cleaning the low pass filter on the D7000, not the sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JYwhatsthisz View Post
    The fact that should do we need to send our camera sensor for cleaning when it reaches a certain shutter count?
    for me, i will get it clean when dust appears at f9
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkimMilk
    sensor cleaning can be done on your own. don't have to waste the $20 n time to travel to get it cleaned. Youtube has tons of videos on sensor cleaning. go watch it and see if you are comfortable doing it yourself. I do my own sensor cleaning.

    PS: Actually, you are cleaning the low pass filter on the D7000, not the sensor.
    I shall go take a look! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange

    for me, i will get it clean when dust appears at f9
    Shall check it tmr, thanks for info!
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    hi guys, im a new d7000 user for almost a month now. its all worth it upgrading to semi pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jes9801 View Post
    hi guys, im a new d7000 user for almost a month now. its all worth it upgrading to semi pro.
    Enjoy yourself w this great camera!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jes9801 View Post
    hi guys, im a new d7000 user for almost a month now. its all worth it upgrading to semi pro.
    Great camera won't go wrong with, this camera , shoot more, practice more and soon you'll be as good as the pros...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jes9801 View Post
    hi guys, im a new d7000 user for almost a month now. its all worth it upgrading to semi pro.
    Enjoy it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jes9801 View Post
    hi guys, im a new d7000 user for almost a month now. its all worth it upgrading to semi pro.
    Welcome, and hope you enjoy yr new Cam. I have been using for 2 years and did not regret getting it.

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    thanks guys. by the way, what would be the best dx wide angle lens ideal for interior/architectural photography (which works well with our d7k)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jes9801
    thanks guys. by the way, what would be the best dx wide angle lens ideal for interior/architectural photography (which works well with our d7k)?
    I have to say is the tokina 11-16mm f/2.8. Just got mine recently too, you can read up on it first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JYwhatsthisz View Post

    I have to say is the tokina 11-16mm f/2.8. Just got mine recently too, you can read up on it first.
    ok, thanks for the advice!

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    I got some mirror dust, out of warranty so have to clean myself. What is the easiest idiot proof method? Dare I spoil my prized possession.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abhaysahai
    I got some mirror dust, out of warranty so have to clean myself. What is the easiest idiot proof method? Dare I spoil my prized possession.
    Just get a rocket blower to blow out the dust.

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    Default Re: D7000 users (Part 4)

    Quote Originally Posted by abhaysahai View Post
    I got some mirror dust, out of warranty so have to clean myself. What is the easiest idiot proof method? Dare I spoil my prized possession.
    Mirror dust? Try using a rocket blower.
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    I have bought a second hand D7k a few days ago and found some brown stains on my pictures even changing lenses and using the clean sensor feature didn't help.
    I have contacted Nikon too they asked me to send it over for them to see. Anyone with such problem?
    Thanks

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