To say that the Nikon Z8 has been warmly obtained by digital camera fanatics is a little bit of an understatement, such has been the gushfest surrounding Nikon’s newest full-frame digital camera. (In his assessment of the Z9 on DPG, Nicolas Remy was mighty impressed, and the Z8—you might have heard—is, to all intents and functions, a “child Z9.”)
However, nothing is ideal on this world, and the Z8 has endured somewhat dangerous press over the past couple of months. First, it was reported that in uncommon circumstances, a lens received’t mount on the digital camera as a result of it could possibly’t be rotated into the locked place. Then, some customers began complaining that the strap eyelets weren’t correctly hooked up to the digital camera physique, and will come free.
Happily, having already tackled the curious lens concern, Nikon has now addressed the eyelets drawback. Of their service advisory, they’re promising to restore the affected cameras at no cost. Nikon has created a page that lets you test your Z8’s serial quantity to see in case your digital camera is affected.
For those who’re questioning whether or not a Z8—minus the standard management niggles—is best for you, hold an eye fixed out for Nicolas Remy’s Z8 assessment, coming to DPG on the finish of the month.
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