Right, so I finally got my dream camera - a 5dII, which I picked up from Jessops (UK) last week (29th Dec 2011) as the kit with the 24-105L. It's an amazing camera and I'm very happy with my purchase. I didn't have much chance to test it properly until today, where i took it on it's first outing for some landscape work. While pointing at the sky I noticed a large bit of dust (very visible as a black spot) in the viewfinder. I thought 'rats' but oh well, easily fixed no doubt. Got home and had a good ol go at the mirror and AF screen with the rocket blower, but wasn't going away. I've just inspected both mirror and af screen under good light and there is nothing to be seen - so I've concluded that I've got a dust 'chunk' (it's the size of a small bit of pepper...) trapped inbetween the af screen and the viewfinder.
Naturally it doesn't show up on images, and AF performance is not compromised, but it's bloody annoying and distracting when looking through the viewfinder!
What should I do? Take it back to Jessops (the retailer)? Can I get in there myself to clean it off? (I'd rather not risk it...) Send it off to Canon?
I've only had the camera for 10 days, and this never happened in my old 400d even after 5 years of extensive use - or am i just being pedantic? Do other 5dII owners have chunks in their viewfinders and simply live with it?
Aargh! ... and thanks in advance.