How to shoot the best photos of Christmas with a DSLR
The camera that took the most snaps of Christmas, from children to parents, was a Nikon D800s.
It was a high-end kit that took photos of the tree, the snow and even the sun, and it was only £1,500.
But now that camera is being recalled due to its use of a faulty firmware.
The Nikon D600, which has already been recalled, has a camera that can record 1080p video with the same sensor size as a Canon 5D Mark III.
It also shoots 720p video at 30fps, which means the sensor is likely to have more than enough pixels for 1080p photos.
There is an online recall, so please use this tool to try to get it back.
It is not clear yet whether this problem affects any Nikon cameras.
We contacted Nikon for comment, but they said they were not able to comment at this time.
If you need help to get your camera back, there are ways to contact Nikon.
This is not the first time Nikon has recalled a camera for firmware issues.
In January 2016, Nikon recalled the D800 for firmware that could cause a photo to look grainy and the D600 for firmware in which the camera could shoot video at a slightly lower resolution.