It seems that the Nikon’s response to the D750 flare subject is way more than a suggestion for a free restore. The digicam is presently disappearing from shops, each on-line ones and brick-and-mortar ones, suggesting that some type of recall or delay has been carried out whereas Nikon fixes the defect. [Update: We have confirmed that there is a recall.]
The digicam has fully disappeared from Amazon search outcomes:
Adorama and B&H each present the digicam as being out of inventory and backordered:
We’ve additionally been listening to reviews from photographers in Japan that main digicam shops in Tokyo not carry the D750 on their cabinets. It seems to be “a manufacturing unit recall” and the shops are saying the digicam will likely be again in inventory in a few month.
Over within the DPReview boards, photographers are confirming that many shops in Japan and within the US appear to be having their inventory recalled.
We’ll replace you if/after we hear extra about this from Nikon and/or main digicam shops.
Replace: We’ve confirmed with a supply that it’s certainly a Nikon-issued recall that’s underway. We’ve up to date the put up title to mirror this.
Replace: Nikon has launched an official assertion on this subject, saying: “Nikon is working with retailers to replenish inventory with cameras to which measures to handle this subject have been utilized. In late January, Nikon will announce particulars to service cameras from customers, freed from cost.”