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White lines across images

I have just had a message back from Nikon saying they won't repair for free as the problem is not the ccd but the M.C.U.unit needs replacing. What is it and does anyone know how much it will cost to repair?

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Nikon, or their agent will have to replace it. You need to ask them the price. Probably cost nearly as much as replacing the camera.

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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