> >To have at least one out of hundreds of photography oriented >forums that resists fanning rumors that have little supporting >evidence is a good thing. It takes a lot of work to squelch >bad information because the nature of the internet, bad >information propagates faster and more thoroughly than good >information. Yet Nikonians.org has been an oasis in the desert >of bad information. I am sure you can appreciate the value of >having at least one source of calm reasonable evidence backed >information. That is why we are here as part of this >particular community. . >
I work very hard to prevent the spread of misinformation and appreciate that aspect of the community.
The original Nikon Rumors post was by NR ADMIN as were the photos of the D800 and D3s displays.
I don't think this is a deal breaking issue for informed prospective Nikon buyers and users, but the LCD green tint has been acknowledged and is real.
"Nikon explains D800 screen 'green cast' issues"
“Speaking to TechRadar, James Banfield from Nikon UK said, …”
Nikon Rumors has been following this issue since the beginning, as you see from the above article. They chose to post the recent claimed "fix" as news. I'll continue to follow other reported instances of LCD recalibration by Nikon.