Hey Guys, I bought a Nikon D3200 for my wife and she complained about seeing black specs of dirt in the view finder.. So I took a look at the blue sky and she was correct.. took the camera back to Best Buy and swapped it out to find the same type of dirt in the prisim. Its not on the mirror or on the sensor.. So we took it to Nikon here in NY and left it there for a couple of days, she picked up the camera and looked at the sky again and saw MORE dirt! Took it back inside and the Nikon man inside said " we dont live in a dust free world" She said WOW thats your answer..And left.. We tried one more at best buy and still had dirt in the view finder! I would understand if she was chaninging lens in and out but this camera was new put the lens on and that was it! Never swapped out no dirt going in cause of swapping lens! You cant get that dirt off the prism with anything, once it gets on it thats it! Its like a magnet! If it was on the mirror or sensor thats easy but on that prism there is no way to get it off! I had this same issue a while ago when the D7000 came out took me 3 camera to get a perfect one! I am no way a pro but I dont want to see dirt when I look through my VF.. I was just curious if we are the only ones that notice this issue or people just dont care that they have dirt in a 1000.00 Brand New DSLR.. We went to Sonys A77 and will never have this again, they use a OLED VF ! Just wanted to VENT! Sorry..