Continuation of my Nikon D4 assymetrical AF saga Part III

Started Jun 16, 2013 | Discussions thread
OP surrephoto Regular Member • Posts: 285
Re: Update 19th June 2013

RonFrank wrote:

Colin46 wrote:

Its a shame you didnt try out all the points etc within the first few days as you could have just send the camera back for a refund and exchange.

Exactly. Once you have owned a camera for months, and have 10,000+ shots on it the time for beating your chest and demanding action has past. $300 seems like a deal assuming they corrected the issue. They say the camera is in spec but you disagree? Who is right.

Your time must be somewhat worthless based on how much time has been wasted. I assume you have no issue using the camera as 20,000 shots in under a year is solid use.

At this point I would either use the camera and enjoy, or sell it and and buy another. I do not see this story having a happy ending otherwise. I assume this is a write-off? Time to move on....

You sometimes need more than 10,000+ shots to convince yourself and nikon corporation that something is wrong.

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