It seems that Nikon does have a fix for the green tint on the LCD screen of the D800

Nikon D800 green tint LCD screen fix Nikon D800 green tint LCD screen fix (2)

Noah Bershatsky had a Nikon D800 camera with a green tint on the LCD screen and he got it fixed by Nikon USA. You can read all details on his blog:

There was no communication from Nikon, but out of the blue my D800 was returned today.  It’s in good clean condition and the LCD matches my Colormunki Display calibrated monitor!

From the enclosed impersonal letter, you can see that they have dealt with this green LCD issue before and they already had a fix in place.  I really wonder why this couldn’t have been done with a firmware update.

Back in April Nikon claimed that the greenish D4/D800 LCD screen is more accurate than the D3s/D700 and never publicly acknowledge this as an existing problem.

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