Nikon’s substitute DSLR production ahead of schedule

The latest later level report at the Rojana Industrial Park in Thailand

Nikon started substitute DSLR production ahead of schedule (via Bloomberg):

Nikon Corp. (7731 JT), a camera maker, gained 2.7 percent to 1,739 yen. The company, which shut its main plant in Thailand due to floods, will start substitute production of digital single-lens reflex cameras in the country at the end of November, nearly a month ahead of schedule, the Nikkei newspaper reported.

According to the last official statement from Nikon, production was expected to resume partially in January 2012 and return to normal level by the end of March 2012.

I am still not sure if the D800 will be announced next week with the SB-910.

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