> >You are getting some careless advice. I strongly suggest you >read Hogan on the D800 very carefully and then do your best to >follow his suggested basic procedure. > >Probably fewer than 25% of D800s have that flaw but but if >yours has it, it is a significant shortcoming in a $3000 >camera. Plus it will kill any chance for a resale a couple of >years down the road. > > >Gator Bob Santa Fe New Mexico >*D800E *D700 *SB800 *RRS TVC-24L >Nikkors: *14-24 *70-200 VRII *T-20E III *50 f/1.8 *PC-E 85 >*28-300 >Tamron: * 90mm Macro * Nikon, while admitting the problem, has never published any statistics. So how one may say exact persentage of the problem? Any real knowledge about? Why drive somebody crazy way before any using of that beautiful machine? If problem - God forbid - appears, then we are here to help. With all due respect, Dimitri.