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dj dunzie wrote:
Yes there are. I'm one of 'em. We're no doubt the silent majority IMHO. Not to say there aren't really buyers out there who have had issues... I'm not saying that. But mine has honestly been NO different than any of the many other Nikon digital bodies I've had (and I've had a bunch). I've wet cleaned my D3S more over the past year than the D600 - and with both bodies it's been dust, not goop. While I'm not regularly a landscape shooter, I do fuss about my gear and shoot at small apertures a fair bit for...Show more →
I have had my share of specs and spots, but as I posted before, they were never worse than what I saw on my D7000 in the early stages, and now at 5500 frames, I can go for hundreds of frames and shoot f/16 without finding anything worth cleaning up. Mine wasn't perfect, and when I recently put it through dust and grime for weeks on a long backcountry hiking trip without the chance to clean it for 1000+ frames, I still didn't find anything unusual on the sensor, definitely not "oil" spots. All cameras need to be cleaned - my D600 just needed it a little more frequently in the first two months I owned it, but now I am quite sure I can go 1000+ between cleanings without finding anything annoying on each frame.