Digimedia Tech patent infringement lawsuit against Nikon thrown out: DigiMedia Tech patent held invalid

Back in 2020, the patent troll Digimedia Tech sued Nikon (and many other companies) for patent infringement on the following patents:

  • 6,914,635 for “Microminiature Zoom System for Digital Camera”
  • 6,545,706 and 7,715,476 for “System, Method and Article of Manufacture for Tracking a Head of a Camera-Generated Image of a Person.”

The impacted cameras were the Nikon Coolpix A1000 and Nikon Coolpix P900.

Digimedia’s patent claims were thrown out earlier this year. Their patent claim was held invalid. The full details can be found here. You can read the final decision text here.

Nikon sued for patent infringement by Digimedia Tech

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