D800 Hue Calibration for $30?
From Nikon's perspective calibration is a matter of preference, not defect, so that's why they charge. Frankly I would pay $100 or $200, I don't care about the money, I'm just excited to learn there's a fix!
The problem is, I'm getting all this info second hand, and when I call Nikon they don't know an LCD is, because the guy answering the phone is getting paid $6/hour.
So I was hoping someone here knew about it before I actually sent my D800 away.
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