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I think this is a body condition, I have a mint condition (as in not seen much use) Century Graphic where the rear rails lift slightly as they are wound back into the body. From what I can see, I think the bed on which the rear rail guides sits are a little proud. I suspect it's a manufacturing inaccuracy. An idiosyncrasy that does not affect photo taking, ...


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The last thing you should do when an electronic device, such as your D4, gets wet inside is power it up. Instead, you should remove all power sources immediately and not provide any current to the sensitive electronics until the device has been thoroughly dried for several days. Impurities in water (yes, even rainwater has impurities in it) will conduct ...


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You should have removed the battery as soon as your test showed something was wrong. You may have electrolytic corrosion on the circuit boards in the camera. Removing the battery prevents electrolytic corrosion. You need to dry out the innards of the body. Remove the lens, remove the battery, and open the battery compartment. You can put the body in a ...


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