Back in December of last year, we reported the Nikon D750 Flare Shading Issue that occurs on some D750 camera bodies and talked about the cause of the problem. Although we found the issue to be insignificant due to the fact that it only occurs at a particular angle when pointing at a very bright light source, and showed that other cameras can also be potentially prone to the same issue, some of our readers expressed their disappointment and wanted Nkon to address this issue. If you own a Nikon D750 that is affected with this problem and it has been bothering you, Nikon USA today issued an official statement, in which the company announced that it will inspect and service all affected Nikon D750 cameras at no charge starting from the end of January, 2015.
Here is Nikon’s official statement from its Service and Support page:
To users of the Nikon D750 digital SLR camera
Thank you for choosing Nikon for your photographic needs.
On December 29, 2014, we announced that we were looking into measures to address the issue reported by some users, namely that when photographing scenes in which an extremely bright light source, such as the sun or high-intensity lighting, is positioned near the top edge of the frame, flare with an unnatural shape sometimes occurs in images captured with the D750 digital SLR camera.
To correct this issue, Nikon will inspect and service, at no cost, the camera’s light-shielding components and adjust the AF sensor position. We plan to initiate this service at the end of January and will announce further details, including instructions for requesting servicing, shortly.
Please direct inquiries regarding this matter to Nikon Customer Relations by phone at 1-800-Nikon US (1-800-645-6687), 9AM–8PM EST, Monday to Friday (closed certain holidays) or online here.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this issue may have caused, and ask for your continued patience and understanding.
Once again, thank you for choosing Nikon for your photographic needs.
Looks like Nikon does not want to deal with potential lawsuits and other negative PR nightmares, so it is now taking all QA issues seriously, with a quick turnaround time.