A group for Nikon D200 users.
Latest Activity: Apr 28
Started by Mulgabill. Last reply by Paul Shanley Aug 19, 2012.
Started by Steve Vrantsis. Last reply by Jim Aug 10, 2011.
Hello all, I'm new to the group and hope to learn a lot and share what I know too help some one else. I've had my D200 for a couple of years now and it has yet to fell me , it's a great camera and a work horse. Here is a sample of what it can do.
I've owned my D200 for about a year and it's my first DSLR. It has about 29K clicks on it and it works great.It's a great camera and I'm still learning how to use most of its features. I'm glad I found and joined this group.
I'm new to be here.
My first DSLR was Nikon D200. It is still working well. I love this camera.
I'm very excited to join this group.
Thank you Mulgabill to launch this Group.
Hey Dave. Try an air jet-- a "rubber" squeeze bulb that creates a stream of air. If that doesn't work you may try a cleaning kit. They have small paddle-like implements upon which you place a drop or three of cleaning fluid (should come with kit; follow the instructions). Warning: this works if it is loose dust. If a particle of something is actually stuck to the sensor, IMO it's better to take it to a pro at a camera shop.
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