Sun 05-May-13 09:08 PM | edited Sun 05-May-13 11:45 PM by clickhans
My D600 returned after serviced the THIRD time by Nikon L.A., because it is spilling lubricant on the sensor glass. The first 50 shots the sensor glass looked clean, no spots in the pictures (hurray!)but I have some tiny spots of a clear glue (looks like some kind of crasy glue or glass damage) on the mirror now? And the spots are resistant to Eclipse and swaps. What happened during service #3?
The result of the third service lasted only a few shots. Believe it or not, AGAIN I have the same problem with the black lubricant/oil starting to spread out from the upper left corner.
This is another damage to my business, I already lost some shots I never can replace. What do I do with a $2000 camera I cannot trust ???
On top the camera is more days on the road to Nikon L.A. for service than I have it to do my work. I am lucky if I can print postcard size now, bigger prints show the lubricant disaster and they are trash. Called Nikon and now I am waiting for their FOURTH try to resolve the problem.
I so much regret that I bought this camera (what is great body - if it works!) and it looks like THAT NIKON IS NOT ABLE TO FIX the problem.
How many more tries you guys think I should give NIKON??? Will NIKON extend my warranty to the time the camera was not useable or do they wait until try # 8 and until my warranty time is over to say --- toooo bad!
Do I have to play the game of sending it in and send sample images, wait 3 days for the return label and than drive every time 25 miles to the next UPS hub? Folks at the Nikon customer service are very polite and apologize 5 times during the call - but that does not help me at all. This camera is faulty and I am so tired of dealing with it!