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05-22-2009, 10:48 PM   #1
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loose parts in a K10d?

hi,

i've had my k10d for a couple months now and ever since i bought it, it makes a noise whenever i tilt it. it sounds like there is something loose inside and when i tilt the body left and right whatever it is slides around.

any ideas what that is or if i should be concerned?

thanks!!!

yasha

05-22-2009, 11:24 PM   #2
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Don't be too worried, it's normal and due to the Shake Reduction design.
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I agree pop4. I asked the very same thing here, and I owned my K10D for a YEAR before noticing so that's not uncommon.

Good shooting!

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yeah, i think we have all posted that question in here at one time or another, haha.

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