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Update: Nikon issues new statement, reiterates commitment to supporting D600 owners

Nikon has issued a technical service advisory to all D600 owners that concerns a sensor problem due to dust and oil. The company will fix all cameras submitted for inspection, even if they're out of warranty.
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Nikon sees slower growth in camera sales, U.S. market a challenge for mirrorless

Executives at Nikon say sales of compact cameras are down, but surprisingly interchangeable lens cameras like DSLRs and mirrorless models are, too. But the picture is different from region to region, the company says.
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Apple updates Mac RAW support for latest Nikon, Olympus, Sony cameras

Got yourself one of the latest cameras from Nikon, Sony, or Olympus? If you're a Mac user, download the latest Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update, which adds support in Aperture and iPhoto 11 for the D5300, Df, OM-D E-M1, Alpha A7, and…
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Camerapocalypse: How photography’s titans will survive smartphones

Saddled with problems and a smartphone revolution that wants to kill their business, camera makers face extraordinary challenges. However, they're also making some of their best products ever.
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Nikon is staying true to its camera heritage, looks to emerging markets for new money

Nikon's president says the company will stick to the camera business and look to emerging markets like Brazil and India for new revenue, instead of entering new business sectors.
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Smartphones haven’t won yet! These compact cams make your iPhone look like a toy

Compact cameras are a dying breed, or are they? Despite the rise of smartphones at the low end, high-performance compact shooters like these offer incredible image quality for the money.
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Nikon ad teases retro-styled full-frame DSLR, possibly called the Nikon DF

Nikon appears to be gearing up to launch its first retro-styled full-frame digital SLR with the introduction this week of a new ad campaign. The shooter, which could be unveiled as early as next month, is thought to be called the Nikon DF.