MY CAMERA! BACK FROM THE REPAIR-PLACE! WOOT WOOT! I WAS SO EXCITED!
Mr. called the repair company, they say "we will check on that and get back to you tomorrow."
<cricket cricket> NO response, for weeks. <cricket cricket>
YOU ARE NEVER GOING TO BELIEVE THIS.
We got through to the warranty company -- the camera was not serviced because it is "NOT A NIKON PRODUCT, so sorry."
Mr. is on the phone with NikonUSA right now -
"Your camera isn't from the US. So sorry! We can't help you."
My camera was apparently purchased overseas and not from a US source.
The camera shop that sold the product, is NO LONGER IN BUSINESS, because it was SHUT DOWN by the New York State Attorney General.
Note, dead website:
- Now, I have a broken actual NIKON D300 camera and two lenses that do not work, purchased by the company who sold it to us from another country?
- I have receipts, emails and such from the store which is no longer in business.
- I have a "warranty" bought and paid for.
- But, it cannot be fixed, because it's an import.
There is no way that Mr., who searched endlessly for camera FOR ME, would have known that this product was not from the US. I never once considered it, once I opened the package! The paper work is in English first, as most electronics are.
Except for THIS, which I just noticed -