- Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 11.3 x 7.1 cm ; 540 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 1.1 Kg
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Item Model Number: N1AW1LKSL
- ASIN: B00FAHFD6O
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 2 April 2018
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Nikon 1 AW1 waterproof Nikon Mirrorless Camera Silver - International Version (No Warranty)
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What's worse--not waterproof--or warranty worthless?11 March 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
I purchased the camera with great hopes, carefully followed all the instructions (even further saturated the body "o" ring with silicone), had a problem with the LCD viewfinder showing a possible leak even though the camera was never more than 10 feet underwater, sent it to Nikon for warranty repair (well within the warranty period) and had them come back with an $800 estimate for repairs with nary an explanation as to why they ignored the warranty. This after also purchasing the 10-100 lens (NOT used underwater), the plastic protective casing, the UW filter and an extra battery (yes, I was naive)and wasting another $600+. Do not purchase this camera as Nikon will not honor their warranty and the camera is clearly fatally flawed--makes one wonder whether they are financially solvent. A thousand dollars plus is just too big a bet to make. I've never had a bad word to say about Nikon and have several DSLR bodies and lenses. That's sadly changed. If I could have awarded negative stars, I would have. Makes me wonder whether the reason the camera is only available "used" (whatever that means) is that they've discovered the flaws themselves . . .
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