D600 Sensor Replacement

Started Apr 14, 2014 | Discussions
wdperkins New Member • Posts: 20
D600 Sensor Replacement

Nikon received it March 7 and shipped it back March 27 (NY facility.)  It arrived a week after it was supposed to as my office suite number was omitted.  For some reason I received a rear lens cap along with my camera which I am grateful for as I always seem to be one short.  However no eyepiece was returned.  After a call I received a replacement eyepiece in a few days.

The sensor is very clean, my picture count was not reset, there seemed to be several hundred test pictures taken, my firmware was upgraded (even though I had the most current version), and my settings were partially reset.  Most settings were restored to factory, but for some reason some things like my custom menu were in tact.

The camera was packed well, and the eyepiece was packed remarkably well!

Nikon D600
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Gabbro Contributing Member • Posts: 500
Re: D600 Sensor Replacement

Did you mean shutter replaced, not sensor.

Please report back after a few hundred shots, see if the spots coming back. I am interested to see the results of shutter replacement operation.

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OP wdperkins New Member • Posts: 20
Re: D600 SHUTTER Replacement

I did mean shutter replacement!  Thank you.

(unknown member) Veteran Member • Posts: 3,985
Re: D600 SHUTTER Replacement

wdperkins wrote:

I did mean shutter replacement! Thank you.

And will the poor fellow who got his lens back with an eyepiece and no rear lens cap please stand up?

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