Some of you might have read my posts on dpreview.com... links;http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/53013247http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/53021732
In brief, I purchased a D4 from Malaysia back in May 2012. Discovered the left AF a.k.a assymetrical AF problem on the camera. Singapore, Japan, Malaysia & Hong Kong tried to resolve problem to no avail. Sent countless of e-mails to Mr Kimura Makoto. Visited Nikon Japan HQ 3 times. Was slandered by at least 1 now ex-employee of Nikon Singapore. Received an informal cease and desist/statement of legal action intention from Nikon Singapore.
Various communities have asked me to sell the camera. I refused as that is asking me to bite the bullet and harm the next individual knowingly. I have now launched a campaign at fundanything.com;https://fundanything.com/en/campaigns/protest-against-nikon-d4-autofocus-problem
I believe I have done sufficient test (as much as I have been questioned about my testing mechanisms) & see no reason to give up at this point of time. Mentally I am strained, and I am prepared to be further strained either by condescending opinions from unbelieving members of the public (I am of course, open to criticsm), and also by the nonchalant attitude of Nikon Corporation (NC) themselves. However, I wish the matter to conclude as soon as possible, since the purpose of buying a camera is to produce images for my wedding couples, but I simply cannot see Nikon behaving in this manner. If it takes many more trips to Japan, or even protesting in Japan (in accordance to any local laws which apply), I am prepared to do it.
Please be the judge guys.