Fekking fekkity fek!!, I planned a shoot this weekend but my D750 shutter has just bitten the dust.
Under one year old and 7,000 actuations and I've gotten the dreaded 'err' message along with a jamming shutter.
Taken it into LCE today and the repair could be over 4 weeks. Anyone else had this on here?
D7000, 17-55 2.8, 85 1.8, 50 1.4, 35 1.8
Mine is one of the earliest batches manufactured and has also needed to have the shutter replaced because of the "Err" problem and sticking shutter on the first shot after switching on - but only when the shutter speed was above 1/800s (the error cleared with a secod press of the shutter button and the camera would then function fine until it had been left switched off for some time).
Although the initial 1year warranty had expired, luckily for me Nikon replaced the shutter FOC.
If Nikon actually replaced the shutter last year when I sent it in for the "shutter shading" recall, it would have only had about 3500 clicks on it when the Err problem occurred
If Nikon didn't replace the shutter for the recall ( I actually don't believe they did as no new shutter was listed on the paperwork when I got the camera back) then it would have been more like 8500 clicks...
Since there are lots of other people suffering with the same "Err" problem as I had - there's lots of youtube videos showing it - I think there is a general problem with the D750's shutter - and am hoping it was just a manufacturing/QA problem with the early batches (only managed to shoot around 1500 pics since getting the camera back, so keeping my fingers crossed!!)
@Freedom7: Does the "Err" on yours clear if you press the shutter button a second time?
which I posted shortly after the issue was published on the main NR Blog..
My D750 has now been returned to Nikon Service a total of 3 times now!!
First for the "Flare" recall, second for the "Shutter Shading" Recall (where the shutter should have been replaced, although I'm not 100% convinced it actually was) and the third time because of this "Err" and shutter sticking problem and this time the repair paperwork stated that they had replaced the shutter....