Weekly Nikon news flash #157

“In our business, it’s not enough just to produce leading-edge products,” said Arnold Kamen, Nikon’s Vice President of Operations and Customer Service. “Having the ability —and visibility —to predict how much merchandise is available and when it can be distributed makes the difference in staying ahead of customers’ needs.”

  • Nikon moving knowhow and workers from Thailand to China (from PEN Weekly News):

“Nikon’s Thai digital camera plant, which was damaged by huge floods last autumn, has come back to the pre-flood level, according to the industry sources. … The company is now considering transfer of DSLR assembly knowhow to China from Thailand dispatching experienced workers.”

  • Photos from the International Space Station (ISS) – most of them were taken with Nikon D3S & D2X cameras:

  • Nikon D4 low light field test:

  • Nikon D4 shutter at 1000 fps:

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