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Nikon to end D600 sensor repairs on January 10, 2020

Nikon Japan issued a notice informing D600 camera owners that the free sensor spots repair service will end on January 10, 2020. If you still have any spot issues with the D600 sensor, you have another 6 months to fix them. It is not clear if the same date is valid for all Nikon subsidiaries. […]

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Nikon D600 class action lawsuit settlement reached: D600 owners can get a new D610 camera

I just saw this on fredmiranda.com – it seems that Nikon has reached a settlement on the D600 class action lawsuit and people participating in the lawsuit have received this email with instructions on how to get a new D610 camera ($1,896.95):

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How to replace your Nikon D600 camera with a D610

Back in March Nikon officially promised to replace defective D600 cameras if the spot issue is not fixed even after the warranty expires (the company allocated $17.7 million for D600 related issues). Here is an email I received from a reader that describes the process – note that the D600 can be serviced in any country, regardless where […]

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Nikon allocated $17.7 million to fix D600 issues, working to restore confidence in the brand

In a recent Q&A published on Nikon’s website, we learn that the company allocated $17,700,000 (¥1.8 billion) for D600 service and shutter replacement:

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Nikon promises to replace defective D600 cameras if the spot issue is not fixed

Nikon issued a news announcement today indicating that they will replace defective D600 cameras with a new D600 or an equivalent model. Here is the full text of the announcement:

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Nikon D600 spot issue all over the news again after Chinese TV report

I already mentioned this in my last weekly news post yesterday: CCTV (China Central Television) broadcasted a report on the defective D600 camera and today many major news agencies all over the world are basically killing Nikon’s reputation and even driving the company’s stock down:

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