SabreHog wrote:Over the holidays I recieved a Nikon D5300 kit. It's a nice camera, but as I've looked back on the images I've taken over the past few months, I've realized that there seems to be a serious dust problem. Which doesn't make sense to me, as I've only ever had one lens on it.
For reference, this is what my dust reference shots look like right now:
Is it normal for a new DSLR to have this much of a dust issue, having never changed lenses, and only having taken around 380 photos? Should this be something I should take it back to the shop for? Because I can't figure out any way that I could have caused this.
I've become ever more paranoid about this problem as time has gone on, and despite my best efforts at protecting my gear the issue still continues to crop up. I store my cameras in ziploc bags inside my camera bags, and I clean the camera bags themselves out periodically. Does anyone have any other recommendations for preventing these problems?
BawliBooch wrote:Dust is pretty normal. Ofcourse our Canon's handle the dust & other conditions much better!
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