When importing files from Nikon D750, some files have massage Unexpected end of file, but file is normal viewed and opened in View nx2...

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This has been fixed in the most recent version of ACR 8.8 and the DNG Converter 8.8. There is no corresponding LR 5.8 so you'll need to convert the files to DNGs using the DNG Converter 8.8 and process those in LR for now until a new version of LR is released in some weeks or months in the future.

You can find the DNG Converter 8.8, here:
http://www.adobe.com/downloads/updates/
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Thanks for answer. But there is still a question, does the nikon d750 produce corrupted images or there was a problem with lightroom?
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There is something different with the NEFs of this camera that causes the issue; however, the raw sensor data is all there, it is just extra bytes that the Adobe software is reacting to that aren't needed for proper raw conversion.

My take is that Nikon is doing something that Adobe isn't expecting, but whether this is a Nikon problem or was an Adobe problem is unclear.
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Thanks :) if i'll notice something new, I'll post here. Maybe there will be software update for nikon d750... Greetings from Slovenia!
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Respond from Nikon service:
Thank you for the information provided.

In response to your concern, please be informed that we have checked on the image you have provided to us, and did not encounter any errors when viewing or editing the image in our ViewNX-i and Capture NX-D software.

In view of the concern mentioned, you may wish to contact the Adobe for assistance pertaining to the error encountered through their software, as they would be in a better position to advice you.

Alternatively, you may wish to consider downloading the latest versions of Nikon ViewNX-i and Capture NX-D software, to perform the transfer, viewing and editing of RAW images from your Nikon D750.