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  1. #1
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    highest click D750 with no shutter replacement?

    just curious if someone owns a high shutter click D750 and havent changed the shutter

    I see many high shutter count D750 for sale on FB groups. looking to pick one up for cheap as a backup video camera.

    shutter replacement is around $400 and I take that into consideration.


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  2. #2
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    Re: highest click D750 with no shutter replacement?

    i have 22,000 + clicks. Serial number has not been in any of the recalls.
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  3. #3
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    Re: highest click D750 with no shutter replacement?

    20000 clicks is still a baby in my eyes. my d3s/d4 have well over 600,000 clicks. single digit bodies can do at least half a million before tiring. if not completely abused with bad terrain and jolts.

    was looking into 200,000 clicks. just curious on how many clicks the d750 can take.

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    Re: highest click D750 with no shutter replacement?

    The shutter count doesn't get reset when Nikon replaces the shutter. The shutter in my D600 was replaced twice by Nikon - no change to its shutter count either time. There are ways to hack the software that controls the count although Nikon doesn't alter it.

    Was it @Blacktop who had a body where the shutter mechanism malfunctioned?
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  5. #5
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    Re: highest click D750 with no shutter replacement?

    nikon d750 | Camera Shutter Life Database

    You might be interested in the above link. This is real-life data, not an engineered projection.





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