D600 Oil spots, D800 AF issue, and now this...

Started Nov 10, 2012 | Discussions thread
Nikonfan99 Senior Member • Posts: 1,411
Re: D600 Oil spots, D800 AF issue, and now this...

marike6 wrote:

This post and this forum is well past ridiculous with all the Nikon bashing. It's a joke really. Nikon is having one of it's best years, with 3 cameras at the top for IQ. I've been using Nikon since F100 days, and have owned a D70, D200, D7000, and now have a D800 that has not had a single problem, and I use it almost every day.

If people are having issues there should be a forum rule: no pictures posted here of the said problem, then for all intents and purposes you don't have a problem. As far as I get tell, there are so many users here who are making all these wild claims for attention, that it's EXTREMELY difficult to weed through the BS.

Nikon is have a banner year as they have now made three FF DSLR that are at the very top of their class for performance. They have upped their video quality so now HDSLR production houses are using Nikons instead of having only Canon as a choice. But all the complaining, rumors, people who don't that ALL DSLR get dust on the sensors that takes 2 minutes to clean with pec pads and Elcipse, has just reduced this forum to rubble. I used to look forward to visiting here to talk about great gear with knowledgable users. Those days are long gone.

The Canon forum guys are laughing now, and word is getting out that Nikon's are pieces of sh*t in spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. I hope you are all proud of yourselves.

I agree. Hey complaining folks, where are these photos that are messed up? I have yet to see actual photos beyond sky and walls. If it is not impacting your photos why are we looking for a problem? Even in the sky shots, nothing a few clicks in photoshop can’t fix. I guess people have nothing better to do or want to turn this into an ethics debate. Any real pro is going to understand this issue and fix it. A non pro should not complain unless it is stopping them from taking a photo and they also would not have known about it unless they went looking for it. Nikon is not going to fix your issue!!!! Keep arguing this and wishing and waiting as reports come back one after another of nikon just doing a cleaning. Seriously people what do you think is going to happen? You have any reports with invoice attached saying that nikon replaced anything in reference to the dust on the d600? I have yet to see one. News flash some d7000’s and other cameras have the SAME issue.

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