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D7000 maximum actuations ...

Nikonitosi

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Nikonitosi Registered since 03rd Sep 2011
Fri 16-Sep-11 03:18 PM | edited Sat 17-Sep-11 04:45 PM by Nikonitosi

Hi
I seems to see that mainly our 'older' Nikonians expect it to be about 150,000 - which is not bad esspecially for a semi-newbie like me!

I asked Nikon and they said:

There is no maximum number of actuations for the the D7000. Depending on how the camera is looked after the shutter unit can last for years.

I by default like to keep my gadgets at their best - so I assume it would last very long indeed.

Having said that, there must be a 'expected' shutter life - although I personally agree with Nikon.

Look after your gadgets and they will look after you.
What are your thoughts 'expert' Nikonians?


By the way, Digital Darrell Book is great!

I only wish I had the camera now ;p]



ADDITION
It seems in this forum we need to revise and re-check our words or you are speedily misunderstood.

I obviously intended 'Average Manufacturer Expected' life = Maximum Expected - this is maths.

They must have it or it would not make sense to even invest and start producing so expensive cameras.


Happy Imaging!
M

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