Nikon D4 Assymetrical Problem Follow-up (February 2014)

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elliotn
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Re: Nikon D4 Assymetrical Problem Follow-up (February 2014)
In reply to surrephoto, 10 months ago

surrephoto wrote:

T O Shooter wrote:

Yes it's time to walk away. If the D4 is within tolerances, you can sell it with a clear conscious. The problem is that AF has not evolved yet to the level you want. Doesn't mean there's anything wrong with it. I shoot BIF. I'd like for the AF to lock on like radar, but unfortunately it hasn't evolved that far either.

Buy something else; D4S or the Canon equivalent.

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Photography - I do it for passion, not for a buck! It's just better that way.

Heres the problem, the issue is that the camera is defective & does not reflect the true capabilities of the CAM3500 chip. I feel I am being maligned at several junctures for having a higher expectation than what people feel should be acceptable.

Do you have any evidence of 'the true capabilities of the CAM3500 chip'?

Didn't you say in a previous thread that several D4 loaners you tested exhibited the same problem?

I've tested two D800s and two D800Es and they all have the left AF issue.

I've sent cameras to Nikon four times and they have never been able to fix the problem.

It's just the way it is.

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