>Not many people are further out in the boonies than me, >d800'wise, I traveled 20,000km round trip for onea couple >months before they were available here. Once they arrived >here, there was a glut of them however, every little film >kiosk and shop had them in stock while the big on-line outlets >in the US still had 10s of thousands on backorder. I guess >timing matters. >If you are really in remote areas, you will likely have to >take a chance that you even like the way it handles. I doubt I >would be interested in a camera that I could not test first or >handle. If I had not handled my choices first before buying I >probably would have ended up with a plasticy Canon Rebel but >when handling it, it thoroughly turned me off and I got my >first Nikon and all Nikon since. >Stan >St Petersburg Russia
OK, No disrespect but I'm not going to travel 20,000 km or 225 miles to Seattle to handle one so can someone answer my question. I currently am using a D2Xs and all I want to know is whether or not Nikon's problems with the D800E have been resolved?