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the person I spoke with doesn't have a clue.
@ spraynpray no communication, that is the problem.On januari 11, I bought the D600, thought it over for 4 month and decided in a flash, because I'am an idiot. The D800 is € 700.- more then the D600 here in Holland. That is the reason why I bought the D600. The first week it felt very tense, I can assure you. I checked it out of the box, no spots, after 350 shots no oil spots, today I checked 775th shot, no oil spots and It still feel tense.
Hi all,@SnP,I really don't expect Nikon to do a mea culpa, that would encourage a whole bunch of returns of D600s from some folks that might not notice a lot of icky spots on their photographs (even though if their f-stops were smaller they would show up - pity since they might after the warranty expires).There's a lot to be said about corporate fiduciary responsibility, but there's a lot more to be said about corporate responsibility.A brand has to stand for something, or it doesn't stand for anything.My best,Mike
I am thinking about returning the D600 and getting a D800. I guess the D800 has some issues too.
We encounter many issues on a daily basis, and the number of D600 issues we see, as opposed to the the number of other issues is not disproportionate.
As to sending it to Nikon - why bother? Sensor cleaning, if taken carefully, is no more difficult or damaging than many other things we take for granted - and why be without the camera for the time it takes to send it away etc.?