Nikon did not confirm anything in their latest interview with DC.Watch

After DC.Watch published their new interview with Nikon's marketing department executive, several websites started reporting wild speculations based on Kusumoto Shigeru's comments. As usual in such interviews, Nikon did not confirm anything - they just gave us the regular "we are investigating the possibilities and demand for such product". In answer to one of the questions, Kusumoto Shigeru said that Nikon will be moving towards high-megapixel cameras in the future because customers wanted that - this has already been going on for over a decade, not sure why it was still a surprise to some:

"In terms of the Nikon lineup, you will toward the more high-quality image. 36 million to try to release the pixels of the camera, we came up the voice of customers who want a more high pixel."

Read the Google translated version of the interview and see for yourself. If anyone can offer a better translation or a recap of the interview, please post it in the comments below.

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