Recently bought an F4 (yes another one!) that has an LCD bleed problem.
It covers most of the exposure compensation value readout.
Rest of the camera is cosmetically perfect and seems to function ok.
Does anyone have a clue how much it is to have this repaired by Nikon?
I asked for a quote by email but they said they need to have the camera in to examine it before they can give an estimate.
Now is it worth me having it done or do I live with a faulty LCD?
The exposure compensation dial works as it should and shows a +/- in the top right of the display.
#1. "RE: F4 LCD bleed" | In response to Reply # 0Kilted_F3_nut Nikonian since 29th Jun 2004Thu 13-Dec-12 05:15 AM
Probably more than the camera is worth, so, as long as you don't plan to use anything other than a DP-20 on this body, I'd just live with it.
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