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  1. #11
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    Re: D810 and Err message

    Well it went, ended up at $1132, my new one arrives tomorrow, one more day of shooting with my D800 and then back home.


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    Re: D810 and Err message

    I probably should have sent it off to you, I'll keep you in mind next time. Did my first shoot with the new one today, man I like using the 810, so much faster if you are shooting brackets, I missed mine if only for a short time. The other big difference is when shooting in live view (all the time for me) is the 800 keeps the mirror down (black disply) until after writing to the card, very time consuming.

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    Re: D810 and Err message

    Quote Originally Posted by D200freak View Post
    Too late to do much about it, but for a camera that expensive, I'd buy it from a retailer that offers an extended full coverage 3 year warranty.

    I wish I could afford to buy your damaged D810 but the timing is wrong. I'll be able to afford it AFTER you've already sold it.

    I'm sure I could fix it. Just not sure what it would cost for the required parts.
    I was almost going to need help on my 12-24, that small metal aperture tab got dinged a little and it was preventing me from changing aperture, a little tweaking freed it up so the spring could return to is proper resting position, sheesh enough hardware issues already.

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  4. #14
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    Re: D810 and Err message

    Had the err prob on D810 and tried all the suggestions on other sites, cleaning contacts, reset, take out the battery etc.

    The suggestion in the original post to check live view was the first sight I had of this suggestion and - bingo!

    The err message was appearing after I fired the shutter. When I pressed the button again, the mirror flipped (I think), but no image. The err then disappeared and I could then take take one shot as normal, only for the err to re-appear. in effect it took two button presses to take each image, one of which was to “over-ride” the err. However, switching the camera to live view resolved this.

    Hope this may help someone down the line!
    Last edited by Searcher; 10-09-2017 at 09:14 PM.
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