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I recently purchased an EX+ D800 from KEH. The camera is very close to new condition, but reeks of cigarette smoke. Any ideas on how to get rid of it? I wiped the camera down with a slightly damp cloth, that toned it down slightly, but it still smells like cigarette.
On another note, I've compared the D800 to the Nikon F6 that I have been using. The D800 is quite solid, and feels as robust as the F6. It is narrower from side to side, but thicker front to back. The F6's grip is better, Nikon hit a home run with the F6's body shape. The D800 is very compact, which is good for hiking with it. As good as the D800 is/feels, I couldn't help myself, I've wanted a D3 since they were announced back in 2007, KEH had noe in LN- condition, so I ordered it as well. It will be here later this week, I'm going to compare the two and pick the one I like best. I'm a little concerned with the D800's files size, my Mac Pro is old and only has a 250 GB drive, also all I have are old Lexar 2GB CF cards. From what I hear you get roughly 24 shots on one . The D3 will do fine with 2GB cards, I use to use them in my 5D, and it was 12MP as well.