Should Nikon be sued for non-acceptance of D600 spots issue?

Started Dec 20, 2012 | Discussions thread
BillyInya Senior Member • Posts: 1,453
Re: Should Nikon be sued for non-acceptance of D600 spots issue?

nikulkarni wrote:

I called Nikon customer service and asked what they have been doing about the problem and is there a possibility of it getting fixed? The guy was not ready to acknowledge that this problem even exists. I do want to buy this camera, but now I am not buying because of this ignorance. He said that what you read are rumors and not the truth. We have no such complaints. Wow!

How many agree with Nikon CS and I want to ask the user how big is this an issue really? Should I buy this camera as the issue is really small or wait and buy a D800 instead. I need some advice.

Thank you.


Suing Nikon is a ridiculous idea. Are YOU going to spend the money to sue them?.

This oil spot issue plus the effective resolution of only around 15MP (when taking into account the AA filter) saw me abandon any thoughts of buying a D600. I went with the Fuji X-E1.


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