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Old Jun 29, 2004, 11:41 PM   #12
Join Date: Jun 2004
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You win grand prize. Your point of the $1,000 paperweight really is my chief concern. Using my 101 as an example. It was over 15 years old when it needed repairs. But it could be repaired. I have to admit - when the built-in light meter goes - it can't be replaced (no parts). So it does happen to film cameras too. I just want it to be more than a few years.

Regarding that - does anyone know Nikon's and other Mfgr's support practices? I don't mind paying $1,200 for a camera I know I can use a long, long time -- I do mind paying $1,200 for (as VC says) a paperweight.
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