I happened to buy my new D300s, and tried out with my 16-85mm lens. As I was using it for 6 days, and only now I downloaded it into my PC...and I realized that somehow there was a "spot" or dot that happaned to be at the same place.
How do you know if your lens or camera has the "dot" problem at the same place?(6 posts) (4 voices)
Batch removal of sensor dust (or other consistent flaws) in Lightroom:
I highly doubt you have a lens problem. Your issue is more then likely one of two things, either what Soap said above, or if the dot is a perfect focused square when viewed at lets say at 300%, then you would have a hot pixel. I hate those things, my D80 had them all the time.
It is round and captured of the same size same location regardless I changed the zoom lens...
Either dust on the mirror, etc.
Seems like I have to return it to the shop or get Nikon to take a look.
Hello lenghm and welcome to the forum. If it's dust it's not a major problem. Look at the discussion on this post if you haven't already
Can you post up a picture of the dot? So we can see what your seeing.
Dust on the mirror won't show up in photos, dust on the sensor will. Google the procedure and try blowing it out with a blower (not compressed air), likely will come right off.
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