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dwiggins

Minneapolis, US
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dwiggins Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Sep 2007
Wed 13-Feb-13 08:12 PM

I recently purchased a used D3 and expected the shutter count to read about 7000. I have no reason to doubt the seller. When I used Opanda, the shutter count was at 4, from the few test shots I took when I received the camera. Original owner has no clue why this might be - never serviced, minimal use. File naming is consistent with the reported 7000 count (DSC-6794, for example).

Anyone have any idea how the shutter count gets reset without full blown service call to Nikon?

DWiggins - Minneapolis Nikoner
D3, D300, D40, 18-200VR, 28-70 2.8, 70-200 2.8VR, 70-300VR, 300 2.8VRI, 105 2.8VR, 85 1.8D, 50 1.4D

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