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    No Joke - I have a bug living in my D3

    Some sort of mite I think, in behind the LCD, How to kill it ?
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    Bash the D3 repeatedly on the desk until it's dead, then go buy a Canon.
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    I googled, maybe Im lucky ? I have the new Nikon dust reduction system and didnt know it ?

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    Dust mite lol.

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    Oh man that bites
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJorge View Post
    Bash the D3 repeatedly on the desk until it's dead, then go buy a Canon.
    Yep, bashing the desk repeatedly with a D3 will kill any desk pretty quickly.

    Why go and buy a Canon, it is a new desk that he needs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJorge View Post
    Bash the D3 repeatedly on the desk until it's dead, then go buy a Canon.

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    Try taking a photo of some Mortein.
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    thsi is like revenge of the nerds

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    your camera is ruined... send it to me and i'll dispose of it

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    put it in the microwave for a blast.... That`l kill the little critter..... And a glass of water in there at the same time. It worked for wood bugs in timber...
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    If it is behind the LCD, how do you know it's there?

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    Leave it there, it's the only thing keeping the Nikon ticking

    tick....bug...mite........okay forget it....
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    No Joke - I have a bug living in my D3

    Well, prob more accurately betwen the glass protector (is there one) and the LCD, I think, though I don't know exactly how that fits together, it might be my imagination, in strong light the LCD looks to have dark spider trails and I couldve been halucinating but I think I saw a little bug scurry across the LCD last weekend

    Is this feasible or do I need a different prescription ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi View Post
    Well, prob more accurately betwen the glass protector (is there one) and the LCD, I think, though I don't know exactly how that fits together, it might be my imagination, in strong light the LCD looks to have dark spider trails and I couldve been halucinating but I think I saw a little bug scurry across the LCD last weekend

    Is this feasible or do I need a different prescription ?
    I think you need to drink some more! How many legs did this scurrying bug have????
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    No Joke - I have a bug living in my D3

    I'm not stupid, I know all bugs have four legs, jeez


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lani View Post
    How many legs did this scurrying bug have????
    Yep, more info needed, if it has 8 legs it is an arachnid (spider --- for the unzed affiliates) and if it has 10 legs it is quite simple --- you have crabs --- or at least one.

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    No Joke - I have a bug living in my D3

    Quote Originally Posted by I @ M

    Yep, more info needed, if it has 8 legs it is an arachnid (spider --- for the unzed affiliates) and if it has 10 legs it is quite simple --- you have crabs --- or at least one.

    I said LCD not STD
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    can you get a pic of it

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    No Joke - I have a bug living in my D3

    Live view ?

    I'm thinking that the microwave is the best suggestion so far, and that suggestion sucks

    What about I put a bird in there somehow ?



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