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D750 Extra Exposure

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snowmaker2009

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Hi everyone, I have some problem with my D750. Since last week I change lens from Nikon 14-24 to Tamron 70-200, I have experienced extra exposure in all photos I take. No matter which lens I use, which mode I select, the extra exposure will always happen at the same places (clearly there is one strip area on the left-top corner, and a ring on the right of the photo, and there might be more but difficult to notice). You could see it from the sample photos I attached here. 

 

Highly appreciate it if someone could let me know what's going on and how to fix it. Thanks in advance!

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Definitely looks like a light leak problem to me. Nikon did have problems with D750 shutters, and I believe one of those problems had to do with light leaks. I could be wrong about that though. In any case, Nikon did/does (?) have a shutter recall program which may apply to your camera. I checked the web but could only come up with this reference (from 2017) that concerns a second shutter recall. It may be worth a try to see if your camera is among the affected serial numbers. 

 

Good luck!

 

--Ron



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It is a rivet in the shutter that is loose. I think the recall is still in effect, just call Nikon support and send it in.

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