Nikon D750 was launched on 12th September, 2014. Since, after its launching it faced lots of issues which weren’t appreciated by the users. But at the mean time Nikon try its best to solve the issue related to it .We can recall its earlier issue just after its launching which was related to an unwanted dark band across the top, separating lens flares from the edge of the frame which was not healthy for the images quality. And we know after that Nikon call back all such camera facing the issue.
In November, 2015 Nikon finally released the firmware updates to tackle all the issues related to it. But as we know the fate of the Nikon D750 is attached with the issues by its born. Now the camera is facing the latest issue, as on capturing a photo often after the first shutter an “err” message has been displayed and the camera get locked and the users have to wait for 24hours to work again in normal way.
Here are the few issues facing by the users:-
“My 750 locked with mirror up upon first powering it on and taking the first picture of the day approximately a half dozen times,” writes stevef1961 on the DPR forums.
“In mine, which is among the serial numbers announcement Nikon […] it misses the first shot of the day. After pressing the shutter button, it appears frozen, it shows “err” in the viewfinder until you press a second time not released. After that first failed photo, the rest work all day… until the next day that is exactly the same,” easagp writes on Nikonistas.
“After an ordinary shutter press to take a photo, the camera unexpectedly went into a hard error,” writes another user, form, on Fredmiranda. His camera had just come back from getting its shutter fixed by Nikon.
The most troubling report of this nature came on a DPReview forum 6 months ago. In reply to the DPR quote above, user eridano writes:
I had the same problem 10 days ago: at first a series of blocks with “ERR”, then the shutter finally crashed.
The local repairer doesn’t believe me; he said that I “must” have touched the shutter blades. But I never did, I didn’t even clean the sensor (the 750 is only 5 months old)… So I must pay € 400 for shutter replacement.
Hence, these are the few views of the users who have shared the bitter experience with Nikon D750.
So, it is expected that Nikon will again resolved the new issue by either recalling all the cameras facing this issue or it should have to release the firmware updates for shutter issue. We Hope so!
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