The Nikon D750‘s flare/reflection issue may be a fairly short lived one (not that it makes it ok). According to a new official press release from Nikon, the company has found a fix for the issue and will begin fixing affected D750 cameras by the end of January.
What makes this news even better? They will do the repair for free. So any of you feeling the effects of this issue can rest easy, it will soon be resolved and shouldn’t cost you anything.
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I have to say that Nikon’s handling of this whole D750 ordeal has been pretty good. It took them a little while to acknowledge that the issue was real, but once they did, they owned up to it, and now have a fix coming fairly quick.
I think that it is safe to say that Nikon has learned from its D600 fiasco, and has put into place some good procedures on how to resolve issues like this. Now, they just need to work on their quality assurance, because things like this should be able to be caught before any of the bodies even get shipped out.
Regardless, this issue seems to be mostly resolved. I think it is safe to say that all involved are better for it, Nikon, Nikon Shooters, everyone.
What are your thoughts on how Nikon has handled this D750 flare/reflection issue? Do you think that there is more that they could have done/be doing? Leave a comment below and let us know what you think!