NIKON D750 camera service advisory recall

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NIKON D750 camera service advisory recall
You can find out if your D750 camera is part of the advisory by checking the serial number Courtesy of Nikon

A while back, Nikon issued a service advisory and recall of some D750 camera bodies because of an issue where part of the image was shaded in certain circumstances. The issue was originally said to be present only in a set of cameras produced near the end of 2014. Now, however, Nikon is extending the advisory to include cameras built through June of 2015.

There’s a tool on the Nikon site, which can be found right here that lets you check your serial number to see if it’s one of the affected cameras. If it fits the criteria, they will obviously fix it free of charge.

It seems a bit odd that they would run into the same issue twice, but the logistics of producing something like this on such a massive scale is outside my area of expertise, so I’m just glad Nikon is being proactive about fixing it.

Have any of you experienced this issue since the first advisory?

Read the official advisory here