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Nikon kills (almost all) analog cameras in 2006

Paul Miller, @futurepaul
January 12, 2006
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Nikon has been seeing some success in the ultra-competitive digital camera market, and now that those sales account for more than 95% of their business, they're ready to go all the way (almost) and are ditching their existing film cameras and lenses -- except for their flagship F6 line and its relevant glass. They're only halting production just now, so we should see the remaining cameras sitting around on store shelves for a bit longer, but when they're gone they're gone. So if you've been waiting to give this whole "film" thing a go, you might want to act fast, because it's not going to be easy to find for much longer.


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