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  1. #11
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    Re: Oh no, getting an Err when shooting

    I was experiencing this almost every day on the first shutter actuation only. Except when I've been in full manual. So now I start out in full manual (no Auto ISO) then switch to Aperture Priority. I'm under the impression it's more of a software glitch based on what I've experienced rather than a bad shutter. But every time it does happen, it makes me wonder what damage is being done. Mine is one of the ones under the initial recall, but I never sent it in. @Blacktop had it happen to him, and even after having his shutter replaced, it continued to happen...hence one of the reasons why I'm leaning towards it being a software glitch.


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  2. #12
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    Re: Oh no, getting an Err when shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    I was experiencing this almost every day on the first shutter actuation only. Except when I've been in full manual. So now I start out in full manual (no Auto ISO) then switch to Aperture Priority. I'm under the impression it's more of a software glitch based on what I've experienced rather than a bad shutter. But every time it does happen, it makes me wonder what damage is being done. Mine is one of the ones under the initial recall, but I never sent it in. @Blacktop had it happen to him, and even after having his shutter replaced, it continued to happen...hence one of the reasons why I'm leaning towards it being a software glitch.
    Not quite. After the first fix, it was fine for about a year. The shutter was literally broke the first time. The second time , it was the light baffle not moving out of the way. Here is a link to the whole saga.
    https://nikonites.com/d750/38904-shu...#axzz4l3dg4onp
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  3. #13
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    Re: Oh no, getting an Err when shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    I was experiencing this almost every day on the first shutter actuation only. Except when I've been in full manual. So now I start out in full manual (no Auto ISO) then switch to Aperture Priority. I'm under the impression it's more of a software glitch based on what I've experienced rather than a bad shutter. But every time it does happen, it makes me wonder what damage is being done. Mine is one of the ones under the initial recall, but I never sent it in. @Blacktop had it happen to him, and even after having his shutter replaced, it continued to happen...hence one of the reasons why I'm leaning towards it being a software glitch.
    Interesting. Just FYI, our camera never leaves manual mode.

  4. #14
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    Re: Oh no, getting an Err when shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by Blacktop View Post
    Not quite. After the first fix, it was fine for about a year. The shutter was literally broke the first time. The second time , it was the light baffle not moving out of the way. Here is a link to the whole saga.
    https://nikonites.com/d750/38904-shu...#axzz4l3dg4onp
    Oops...sorry for my confusion. I thought your problem was similar to mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by BasilDane View Post
    Interesting. Just FYI, our camera never leaves manual mode.
    Hmm...so would you consider putting your camera into either Aperture Priority or Shutter Priority just for the first shot and see if it happens? Just curious....
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  5. #15
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    Re: Oh no, getting an Err when shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by BasilDane View Post
    At the moment it is working, but I won't know until it has been idle for several hours. I am skeptical about the software reset because this appears to be a known hardware defect, but I'm going to try everything I can before I send it back. I'll post back if it sticks again.
    There were two different recalls on the D750. Have you checked to see if your camera was included on either one of them?

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  6. #16
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    Re: Oh no, getting an Err when shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Kuykendall View Post
    There were two different recalls on the D750. Have you checked to see if your camera was included on either one of them?

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    I checked and I am not recalled.

    To everyone else, I tested the camera this morning after resting all night. (M mode).
    It worked this morning.
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