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Law firm already filed a class action lawsuit for the Nikon D600 dust/oil spot issue

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A quick update before we continue with the D4s coverage: I was told that the law firm Zimmerman & Reed PLLP has already filed a class action lawsuit in California federal court for the Nikon D600 dust/oil spot issue on February 19th, 2014. Update: here is another Nikon D600 lawsuit.

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Law firm collects Nikon D600 sensor dust/spot complaints for a potential class action lawsuit

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The US law firm Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein is currently collecting Nikon D600 dust complaints for a potential class action lawsuit – I personally don’t think this will happen since Nikon has been responsive to customer’s complains and has either fixed the issue (replaced the shutter) or in some cases replaced the camera.

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Nikon is replacing some D600 cameras with new D610 models

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Since the Nikon D610 was announced as the solution for the oil/dust issue present on many D600 cameras, I have received several reports from readers (mainly from Europe) who were able to get a new D610 camera from Nikon as a replacement for their “dirty” D600. In some cases (I believe it was France), a small […]

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Nikon D600 sensor dust/oil survey results

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With over 13,000 response, those are the results of the Nikon D600 sensor dust/oil survey I posted last week:

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Nikon D600 sensor dust/oil survey

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With the latest rumors for a new D610 camera, there have been many discussions on this blog regarding the Nikon D600 dust/oil issue. I promised to do a quick survey that will give us some basic statistics on how wide spread the problem is (thanks to Thom Hogan for suggesting the survey questions). I will publish […]

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