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| p.1 #14 · d7000 AF issues repaired. |
Kerry Pierce wrote:
if i get a quote for $350, i'll use the d7000 as a boat anchor before i sink that kinda money into it....So weird that when i bought my D3, it had 250k shots on it, so i called nikon to ask what the damage would be to put a new shutter in it, IF it even failed.... and they said they'll do a basic clean and check, and if they have to replace EVERYTHING, i.e. mirror mech, shutter, af system, sensor, etc, it would be a max of $575 or something like that, but probably less.......and if they replace all that, they're GONNA have to calibrate it too! So if my D7000 doesn't need ANYTHING replaced, and only needs calibrating, i'd say that's worth about $125....if it's more than $200 i'll be PISSED.
Well, that certainly puts things in a different light, and I can understand why you'd be unhappy with that. I have no idea how much they would have charged me for the replaced parts and the other stuff that they did to my camera at Melville.
Hopefully, you'll get a reasonable quote and they'll fix your camera so that it works properly.
The quote for my repair was nearly $1100, most of it was the sensor, but the cleaning and AF adjusting was around $300...