Upload & Sell: Off
I pulled my D600 out of my bag today to show off my new Rokinon 14mm lens to a friend and when I put it up to my eye I noticed that the viewfinder is all out of whack. It is blurry, dark and does not display any focus points/gridlines. When I hold down my AF button, the edges of the screen glow red but no focus points are illuminated. The camera will shift the lens around and claim to be in focus, but the image through the viewfinder is still very blurred. When I take a picture it comes out about 2 stops over-exposed, though it does appear to be in good focus.
It gets weirder: when I put the camera in live-view mode, everything works perfectly. The exposure and focus are spot-on.
I looked around in the mirrorbox area, but can't see anything obviously wrong with the mechanisms. Googling around I can't really tell if this has happened to anyone else before. The camera worked perfectly for me last night, and I did nothing inbetween besides formatting some memory cards, charging the battery and putting it in my bag. Anyone out there have any idea what might be going on? I suspect I'm going to have to send it in for warranty repair, but I'm holding onto slim hope that there's a quick and easy fix available.