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What was the thinking behind the selling the D750 for a 7D MkII?
The D750 was the last straw in a 45 year Nikon adventure. First was the D600 oil/dust issue that required a trip to Nikon. Decided to dump it - at a larger than normal loss because of the reputation of the issues - before the late and reluctant recall by Nikon. Then the D800 left focus problem & recall. Then a failed Df sensor at 300 shots. Then the D810 service advisory. So to get a nice small camera we got a D750. Got home and while charging the battery, found the serial number was subject to a recall by Nikon for a relection/light blocking issue. Took it back and left the store with the 7D2.
We see lots of posts from people who are returning 7D MK II's for perceived autofocus issues, I hope it doesn't happen to you.
Every camera model seems to have a few issues pop up. As long as the manufacturer takes care of the problem, It is annoying, but not a reason for me to worry.