It's never a great feeling to get an expensive new gadget only to have it promptly ripped from your hands by a mandatory recall, but those that have gone through such an ordeal can consider themselves somewhat lucky, as Nikon has now issued a statement explaining its second recall of some already recalled D5000 DSLRs. That second go-round thankfully only affects only a "small number" of D5000 customers in Europe, who were apparently unfortunate enough to not have their cameras treated with a new "enhanced procedure" that's designed to provide an additional preventative measure. From the sound of it, those affected should have already heard directly from Nikon, and will apparently have to only wait a "short time" to get their camera repaired, hopefully for the last time.