Nikon says some of you really are seeing spots before your eyes . . . well, in your images. And it has nothing whatsoever to do with the D600’s shutter lubricant spots showing up in images. Nope, this time it’s bright spots in images taken with long exposures on the D810 DSLR, and in images captured at an Image area setting of 1.2× (30×20).
Nikon says it had received “a few reports” from some users of the D810, and checked it out, and found it was true.
Do you have one of those D810s producing those spots. Grab your camera, find the serial number on the bottom plate, and check it out here. If your number comes up (and no, it’s not a lottery), you’ll be forwarded additional instructions.
If you have one of the affected D810s, Nikon will service it free.
If your camera’s serial number is not on the list, Nikon says carry on, or words to that effect, as this issue does not affect your camera.