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On May 12 I purchased the camera on May 22 I gave it as a gift. Exactly 30 days later "lens error" came up and it was unusable. I boxed it up and sent it to the company on July 1 and I have yet to get it back or a replacement. After a run around on the phone I was told...
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suegr
suegr

Aug 4th got the Nikon camera back and it still doesn't work. When buying a camera think about something else instead of a CoolPix 5200. I now have to send it back.

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I purchased a Nikon Coolpix S4100 camera in November of 2011 at Target. I did not take out an extended plan and Nikon's warranty is one year. At sixteen months after purchase my photos started looking like double exposures and there were weird colors in some of...
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Bodryn
Bodryn

My first digital camera quit working on me after several years of use but it lasted for over 10,000 pix so I can't complain. My other ones still are working. All you can do ...

nikalseyn
nikalseyn

The warranty period has passed. Why in the world would you expect Nikon---or any other manufacturer---to fix it for free?? Also, this camera is a real cheap camera and cost...

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Awhile back I was having a minor issue with my Nikon Coolpix in which the Video function froze whenever the button was pressed. I sent it to Nikon repairs and they quoted me an ridiculously high estimate (higher than the cost of buying a refurbished camera) so I had...
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I had a Coolpix camera - the most basic model - and kept it at home because I only used it when I went traveling. A few days I had it in my gym bag. After only two years of only minimal use, the thing locked up on me - "Lens Error", it said. Of course, the warranty...
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Be forewarned: Avoid Nikon's LA Service Center, well actually Nikon in general. Below you will find the Nikon Authorized LA Service Center's responses to my angry phone calls after they delivered my D700 back to me as a dusty paper weight. They held on to my...
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I AM A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER. I OWN D3 CAMERA ,28-70MM LENS,AND MANY OTHER LENSES & EQUIP. WHEN THE CAMERA AND 28-70MM LENS NEEDED TO BE FIXED, I WAS TOLD THAT THEY ARE GRAY MARKET EQUIP. AND THEY WON'T REPAIR !!NIKON WON'T REPAIR THIER OWN EQUIP. BECAUSE...
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Anonymous
photographer

As a professional photographer you should have known that when you were paying less for the Gray Market product, it came with no USA Warranty or service. So why are you now su...

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After contacting (by phone) Nikon customer service to complain about being sent a replacement scope that was a different model than the one that I sent in for repair, I got this email response as an explanation: Hello Mr. X because we didn't receive the scope in...
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Anonymous
Phred

Well Mr X I have had a very similar incident as the original poster above with a similar scope. Nikon\'s customer service is OUTSOURCED, they know nothing about anything, no ...

Anonymous
Mister Y

Nikon sent back my camera with it not being repaired even though its under warranty and I bought an extended warranty. 18 days later it quits and they say its water damage. Ho...

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The Nikon L22 coolpix camera was dropped and the micro piece of plastic that serves as a latch to keep the door closed broke. Upon inspection the little piece of plastic on the body of the camera that serves to latch the door and hold it closed is so small and cheap...
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Anonymous
Anonymous

My camera was not dropped but cheap *** latch broke!!

Anonymous
Working fix

Use a finishing nail... you file the flat circle end into an oval by filing the sides down, then heat the nail to melt through the case where the old plastic pin was(slightly ...

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As a loyal Nikon patron I've had two cameras which lasted many years without issues or problems. Both were made in Japan. Three years ago, I purchased a Nikon D80 for $600. It was made in Thailand. In three years, the camera was in for repair three times. I...
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TimThomas
TimThomas

Buy yourself a nice Hasselblad. They\'re Swedish and make a nicer camera than any of the Jap brands.

nikalseyn
nikalseyn

Thanks for the heads up. I have two Nikon cameras and so far they are ok. The only complaint I have had is the manual---it is not very intuitive or easy to learn from at first...

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We purchased a Nikon Coolpix s4000 13 months ago. Finally decided to join the digital age, we are seniors. Everything was fine for the first 13 months even though is was limited in use (the SD card has about 130 photos on it now). We got from Wisconsin to Vermont...
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