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    Default how much to replace AA glass from Nikon

    Hi peeps,

    anybody knows how much to replace the AA glass (protects the sensor) from Nikon?

    and how long will it take?

    mine is a D70 and no more warranty liao

    thanx!

    PL

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    Default Re: how much to replace AA glass from Nikon

    call NSC will be ur best choice....

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    Default Re: how much to replace AA glass from Nikon

    Quote Originally Posted by limyouliang View Post
    call NSC will be ur best choice....
    Agreed!!!


    PL: Shoot your gf shoot too much that's why AA spoil si boh? Should be around 20+ IIRC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plsoong View Post
    Hi peeps,

    anybody knows how much to replace the AA glass (protects the sensor) from Nikon?

    and how long will it take?

    mine is a D70 and no more warranty liao

    thanx!

    PL
    The procedure takes 15 mins but why would you need to get it replaced? Did you scratch it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadpixel View Post
    The procedure takes 15 mins but why would you need to get it replaced? Did you scratch it?

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    tink so cos got one long line

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    Default Re: how much to replace AA glass from Nikon

    oooohh diy sensor cleaning?
    “How fortunate for leaders that men do not think.” - Adolf Hitler

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    Default Re: how much to replace AA glass from Nikon

    Quote Originally Posted by plsoong View Post
    tink so cos got one long line
    Do a MLU and look at the filter, is the line visible or is it just a long stain mark caused by improper DIY cleaning?

    Try cleaning it carefully again, after all, if it is a scratch, you've got nothing lose right?

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