D600 oil specs on the sensor question

Started Jun 1, 2013 | Discussions thread
Leonard Shepherd
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Re: D600 oil specs on the sensor question

lorenzo de medici wrote:

I think you should stop making statements on this subject since you do not own the camera and are simply parroting Nikon's PR information.  I'm sure that all these D600 owners would rather be out taking pictures than fretting over sensor dirt.  I have PERSONALLY EXAMINED four D600s including my own (which I'm counting as two since Nikon rebuilt it once) and EVERY ONE had A LOT OF SENSOR DIRT.  THAT IS 100 PERCENT, WHICH IS NOT "RARE".

Many of the complaints, as distinct from all the complaints, seem to have little to do with a fault, as in complaint when, after 3 months use they go to a dusty environment and get dust.

It is up to anyone paying good money to get their money back or an exchange, which is their legal right in USA and EEC if they encounter a problem.

As another poster pointed out Leica and Canon have more complaints about dust than Nikon so Nikon  seem better than other brands.

If I bought a new camera that spattered liquid (or a lens that needed an obvious adjustment) I would get an exchange or my money back, rather than worrying about how to get a defective product to work.

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